Quasi-Public Agencies

Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority

The Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority (MIRA) is Connecticut’s quasi-public organization responsible for the development and operation of systems and facilities that turn municipal solid waste into useful materials. Our systems and facilities help our state meet the goals of the current Solid Waste Management Plan, which are to reduce, reuse, recycle and recover resources from municipal solid waste. MIRA systems and facilities provide for solid waste disposal and volume reduction, the processing and remarketing of single-stream recyclable material, and the production of energy from the non-recyclable portion of the waste stream.

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