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July 7, 2014 2:42 PM

Airport seeks new vendor to run troubled worm farm, recycling program

The Airport Recycling Center has been beset with delays, cost overruns and equipment malfunctions, an Observer investigation in December showed. The program centers around two innovative ideas: Sorting all of the terminal’s trash and recyclable goods and selling the recyclables, and using more than a million red wiggler worms to eat travelers’ food scraps and make compost.

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