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March 13, 2014 12:59 PM

Horry County Solid Waste revenue to drop at least $400K without construction debris requirement

The Horry County Solid Waste Authority is expecting growth in municipal solid waste and in collections of construction and demolition tipping fees because of increased building permits, but that growth likely won’t cover a $400,000 projected loss in revenue because the county eliminated flow control earlier this year.

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