Although city businesses are required to recycle, it's obvious that some are flouting the rule. Next Great City-Philadelphia, a coalition pushing to expand recycling, says the city saves $54 on every ton of garbage that is recycled instead of going into a landfill or incinerator.
A grime management problem has trashed our city's reputation. What do other cities do to keep clean? Or are we just messier?
LAST MONTH, when our long regional nightmare ended and Kevin Kolb was finally traded by our Birds, the QB landed the worst kind of parting shot: one with a ring of truth to it.