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Miramar Landfill (2011)

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San Diego residents and businesses send more than a million tons of waste a year to Miramar Landfill for disposal or recycling. Far more than a “dump,” Miramar Landfill is a complicated structure precisely engineered to maximize space and minimize toxic liquid and gas emissions. The only public landfill in San Diego, it is a valuable asset to the City – producing energy and revenue, providing community services and promoting environmental preservation and recycling.

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5 County Supervisors get to decide how to spend over $6 billion dollars of public funds each year.

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