CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 22, 1991 |
Southern California is full of garbage. Mounds of it. In fact, if trash haulers took all of Orange County's refuse and piled it in Anaheim Stadium and all of San Diego County's waste and threw it in Jack Murphy Stadium, both arenas would overflow at least once a month. Throughout the Southland, cities are striving to dig themselves out of the mess by coming up with creative ways that persuade residents to toss aside their throwaway habits and recycle instead.