Ohio’s agricultural interests are recovering from a black eye caused by toxic algae this summer. Now farm groups, academia, and environmental agencies say they’ll spend millions of dollars to keep commercial fertilizer and manure nutrients on the field and out Northwest Ohio streams that feed western Lake Erie.
A panel of experts discusses the premise that trash is valuable, including topics on the basics of recycling and waste management and the local issues revolving around them.
Moderated by Ann Fisher, host of WOSU’s All Sides with Ann Fisher.
- Jerry Tinianow, Director of the Center for Energy and Environment at Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
- John Remy, Director of Communications at Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio (SWACO)
- Steve Sargent, Director of Recycling at Rumpke of Ohio