A 40-year-old transfer station and hazardous waste facility located in Fosston is due for an upgrade according to county leaders. Clay County says $8.5 million in bonding will help them construct and co-locate a new transfer station of materials facility. This will bring Clay County in line with Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) standards and goals.
The new facility will aid the community in recycling efforts and provide a better customer experience by centrally locating the facility. Recently, Clay County joined the Prairie Lakes Solid Waste authority and the new facility will help with the increased demand as well as more efficiently meeting Clay County’s obligation to the authority.
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