2014 AF&PA Community Access Survey


Since 1994, the American Forest & Paper Association has performed a series of national surveys to measure the extent and track the growth of access by the public to community-level paper and paperboard recycling. In recent iterations, the survey has also addressed the prevalence of single-stream collection in curbside recycling systems. This Executive Summary presents background information on the survey methodology and presents notable findings of the 2014 Survey, and compares those results to data from prior years.

Please follow the link below to read the Executive Summary.

Source: American Forest & Paper Association, February 2015.