iBerkshires.com reports the town of Adams will pursue a state recycling program that will provide it with better signage to promote the transfer station.

Board of Health member David Rhoads told the rest of the board last week that he recently attended the Mass Recycling Center Workshop where he was updated on initiatives available to communities to help promote recycling.

The town reopened its recycling center as a full transfer station last year. Town officials have said they want to advertise the transfer station and attract more users. Rhoads said this program could provide signage to help with this endeavor and also make the station more user-friendly.


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