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Phoenix Selects Machinex To Forward Residential Recycling Efforts Towards Becoming a Zero Waste Cityhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/2309Public Works (Trash and Recycling)4/13/2022 5:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2309/Newsroom_036 Recycling Sorter.jpgPhoenix Selects Machinex To Forward Residential Recycling Efforts Towards Becoming a Zero Waste City<div class="ExternalClass07C63DEB53314512B5346E960E0F5F4A"><html> <p>​​The City of Phoenix selects Machinex for a new partnership to deliver a 30 Ton Per Hour (TPH) Residential Single Stream recycling system in 2023. This project is part of the City of Phoenix's circular economy and waste diversion initiatives which includes diverting a majority of recyclables away from its landfill, with the objective of achieving Zero Waste by 2050.</p> <p>To become a circular, zero-waste and carbon neutral urban area, City of Phoenix focuses on five key pillars to reduce, reuse, recycle, reconsider, and reimagine. As a global solution for a sustainable tomorrow, this project also has a positive economic impact on the community by creating new job opportunities.</p> <p>Machinex will contribute to the City's objective of achieving zero waste by 2050 and transitioning to a circular economy by providing a new single stream system to achieve remarkably higher recyclable recovery rates. As the City's project requirements include very demanding standards for throughput and sorting quality, Machinex took up the challenge and designed a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) to fit in the Zero Waste policy, to save resources and preserve the environment. </p> <p>“We are pleased to be working with Machinex on this exciting project," said Rick Peters, Deputy Director of Public Works for the City of Phoenix. “When operational, this new recycling facility will integrate the latest technologies, including numerous optical sorters, to maximize material recovery while producing high quality commodities. The new facility is designed to be flexible and adaptable making Phoenix resilient to market and commodity changes over the next 20 years. We also expect this facility to be a great resource to educate students and residents on the value and importance of recycling."</p> <p>The 30TPH MRF is designed to sort recyclable materials such as paper, cardboard, HDPE, PET, PP, mixed plastics, and glass coming from the City's residential curbside collection program, with processing capacity of more than 10, 000 tons per month. To achieve such requirements, advanced sorting technology equipment with interconnectivity were necessary to reach high recovery rates without compromising the throughput. </p> <p>This recycling system, entirely designed and equipped by Machinex allows the smaller fractions to be handled separately, while reducing the material burden depth at pre-sort, making for a safer and more efficient sorting position. The small fractions pass immediately by two optical sorters, at the front of the system after the Trommel to immediately target small plastics and fiber. The remaining optical sorters within the system clean paper and captures targeted PET, HDPE, and PP. Finally, two MACH Hyspec® located at the end of the sorting line optimize recovery by capturing any remaining recoverable materials, while cleaned paper goes to a quality control station. The SamurAI® sorting robot with integrated AI is performing quality control on plastics. The system has also been designed such as additional robots can be easily added for future needs. </p> <p>“Having worked with the City for a number of years in different roles, I'm very familiar with the City of Phoenix's history of innovating around the recycling program" said Will Herzog, Machinex' Western Region Sales Manager. “The City built one of the first single stream recycling systems in the U.S. back in the early 1990s, and this new investment will push the City's recycling program back to the forefront of recycling technology and material recovery. We can't wait to get started on this project!"​<br></p> <p> <br> </p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
National Problematic Plastics List Brings Attention to Recycling Righthttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/2218Public Works (Trash and Recycling)1/27/2022 2:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2218/Newsroom_PWD_00045.jpgNational Problematic Plastics List Brings Attention to Recycling Right<div class="ExternalClassC01400C8AE524F8793D9537E4D86D1BE"><html> <p>​<span style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;background-color:window;color:windowtext;">The City of Phoenix is a member of the US Plastics </span><span style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;background-color:window;color:windowtext;">Pact, along with more than sixty brands, retailers, government agencies, and n<span style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">on-governmental organizations (NGOs)</span></span><span style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;background-color:window;color:windowtext;">. They have a goal to improve plastic packaging to become reusable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025.</span></p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">“By participating in the US Plastics Pact, Phoenix is working alongside major brands and retailers to develop solutions to plastic waste where it matters most—at the source,” said Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego. “Recycling shouldn’t be confusing for consumers, and companies should use plastics that can be recycled or composted. The solutions developed through this collaboration will help to address plastics pollution around the world, and I’m proud that Phoenix is helping to deliver a more sustainable future.”</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">The Pact just made an important step toward eliminating plastic waste. Today, the group released a list of plastics designated as problematic and unnecessary. They hope that through targeting the elimination of these 11 plastics, the group’s goals to reach a 100 percent reusable plastic packaging can be met by 2025.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">Last year, industry leaders estimated 42 million metric tons of plastic was tossed out across the United States. In 2021, the city of Phoenix processed approximately 7,100 tons of plastic. With a growingworldwide recognition of the harm waste plastics have on the natural environment , the</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">U.S. Plastic Pact developed their roadmap to ensure systemic change and progress toward four specific targets that address plastic waste at its source.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">“This is an important first step on the roadmap to facilitate the transition and eventual phaseout of single-use plastic products that go to our landfills,” said Felipe Moreno, Phoenix’s Public Works Assistant Director.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;"></p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">“Many of the plastics identified on the problematic and unnecessary list are such a low grade of plastic that no one is re-manufacturing them, in part because it is cheaper to make new items out of raw material,” Moreno said. The list of problematic plastics includes items like cutlery, bottles any color other than transparent blue or green that have non-detectable pigments, labels with problematic materials including adhesives and inks that render a package detrimental or non-recyclable, stirrers, and straws.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">“There is confusion about plastic recycling, and it comes from the misconception that the recycling arrow symbol on packaging means it is recyclable when in reality it just identifies the type of resin used. This leads to plastic items that are not actually recyclable ending up in the recycling bin,” said Rick Peters, the City of Phoenix Public Works Deputy Director. The Phoenix Public Works Department launched <a href="/publicworks/recycleplus" target="_blank">Recycle+</a>, a webpage developed by the department's Zero Waste team, dedicated to delivering recycling education and community outreach to Phoenix residents.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">“It also includes the Recycle Right Wizard, a desktop app that indicates whether a certain material is recyclable or not,” Peters explains.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">For a full list of all 11 plastics named as problematic and unnecessary visit usplasticspact.org.<br></p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;">To learn more about Phoenix’s recycling program visit phoenix.gov/recycle.</p> <p style="font-family:tinos;font-size:medium;"> <em>The U.S. Plastics Pact, a collaborative led by The Recycling Partnership and World Wildlife Fund (WWF), brings together top brands manufacturers, retailers, NGOs and government agencies, including the City of Phoenix, to unify efforts and accelerate change toward a circular economy for plastic.</em> <br> </p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
Christmas Tree and Wreath Recycling Program Launches https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/2180Public Works (Trash and Recycling)12/25/2021 12:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2180/Newsroom_PW102_Christmas tree mulching.jpgChristmas Tree and Wreath Recycling Program Launches <div class="ExternalClass6D148E80AF8C4B05AC0F18CCFCC7A0BE"><html> <p>The annual Christmas Tree and Wreath Recycling Program begins the day after Christmas, Sunday, Dec. 26, and continues through Saturday, Jan. 8, and features 18 drop-off locations.<br></p><p>The Public Works Department offers Phoenix residents several drop-off locations for their live Christmas trees and wreaths to be composted. Trees or wreaths may be dropped off at any of the participating Phoenix parks. Only live trees and wreaths are accepted, not plastic trees and wreaths. Trees and wreaths will be composted at the <a href="/publicworks/composting" target="_blank">C​ity of Phoenix Compost Facility </a>. </p><p><strong>Drop Off Locations</strong></p><p><strong>North Phoenix</strong></p><p><strong>Deer Valley Park -</strong> 19th Ave. and Utopia Rd.<br> <strong>Paradise Valley Park -</strong> 40th St. south of Union Hills Dr.<br> <strong>Sereno Park -</strong> 56th St. and Sweetwater Ave.<br> <strong>Cactus Park -</strong> 38th Ave. and Cactus Rd.<br> <strong>Mountain View Park -</strong> Seventh Ave. south of Peoria Ave.<br></p><p><a href="/publicworks/garbage/disposable" target="_blank"><strong>North Gateway Transfer Station</strong> </a> - 30205 N. Black Canyon Hwy. (Dixileta exit)</p><p><strong>Central Phoenix</strong></p><p><strong>Marivue Park -</strong> 59th Ave. and Osborn Rd.<br> <strong>Washington Park -</strong> 23rd Ave. and Maryland Ave.<br> <strong>Madison Park -</strong> 16th St. and Glenrosa Ave.<br> <strong>Los Olivos Park -</strong> 28th St. and Devonshire Ave.<br> <strong>Desert West Park -</strong> 67th Ave. and Encanto Blvd.</p><p><strong>South Phoenix</strong></p><p><strong>El Reposo Park -</strong> Seventh St. and Alta Vista Rd.<br> <strong>Mountain Vista Park -</strong> 50th St. just north of Ray Rd.<br> <strong>Desert Foothills Park -</strong> Desert Foothills and Chandler Blvd.<br> <strong>Cesar Chavez Park -</strong> 35th Ave. and Baseline Rd.</p><p><a href="/publicworks/garbage/disposable" target="_blank"><strong>27th Avenue Transfer Station</strong> </a>- 3060 S. 27th Ave.​<br><br></p><p><strong>Tree & Wreath Disposal Requirements</strong></p><p>·       Bring the tree & wreath unbagged.</p><p>·       Remove all decorations, lights and tinsel.</p><p>·       Remove the tree stand and all nails/metal stakes.</p><p>·       Secure tree during transport. Tie it down with material that can be untied or cut easily.</p><p>·       Only dispose of trees or wreaths in marked drop-off areas.</p><p>·       Both transfer stations will accept up to two live trees from city of Phoenix residents. If residents wish to dispose of more than two, city of Phoenix customers with their city services bill and matching photo ID can use their one free load of up to 1 ton (2,000 pounds).</p><p><strong>Container Grown Trees</strong></p><p>Container-grown living trees may be donated for planting in city of Phoenix parks. Parks will only accept 15 gallon-sized or 24" box-sized trees. They can be delivered to a nearby maintenance facility to be planted in a local park.</p><p>The trees need to be one of the four following species:</p><p>- Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis)</p><p>- Eldarica pine or Goldwater pine (Pinus eldarica)</p><p>- Canary Island pine (Pinus canariensis)</p><p>- Chir pine (Pinus roxburghii)</p><p>Call City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department at 602-495-3762 for drop-off locations or for additional information .​<br><br></p></html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
Downtown Phoenix Buildings Are “By Appointment Only”https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/1084Public Works (Trash and Recycling)10/22/2021 4:30:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1084/Appt-Only-Bldg-Access-Newsroom-032220.jpgDowntown Phoenix Buildings Are “By Appointment Only”<div class="ExternalClassE40B4212308B44D28F32FC26EE9FCE00"><html> <div> <p>​​Public access to the following downtown city of Phoenix buildings is currently by appointment only:</p> <ul> <li>Phoenix City Hall – 200 W. Washington St.<br></li> <li>Calvin C. Goode Building – 251 W. Washington St.<br></li> <li>Phoenix Public Transit Building – 302 N. First Ave.<br></li> </ul> <div>Visitors with appointments with city staff will go through security and be directed to the service area on the first floor, where a department representative will meet and escort them to their appointment. Visitors without an appointment with city staff will be provided an information sheet with phone numbers to call to make an appointment, as well as a list of online resources and be offered services on a space-available basis. <br><br>A printable version of the contact information sheet is available here: <a href="/newssite/Documents/CityDepartmentsAppointmentList.pdf%2010.21.2021.pdf" target="_blank"><strong>City Services Appointment Contact List (PDF)​</strong></a></div><div> </div></div><div><div>Online requests for city services, such as water main breaks or trash pick-up, can be submitted at <a href="https://Phoenix.gov/AtYourService" target="_blank">https://Phoenix.gov/AtYourService</a><br></div> <div>Additionally, the customer service windows at the following Phoenix transit centers are closed until further notice:<br></div> <ul> <li>Central Station (Central Avenue and Van Buren Street)<br></li> <li>Ed Pastor (Central Avenue and Broadway Road)<br></li> <li>Sunnyslope (3rd Street and Dunlap Avenue)<br></li> <li>Metrocenter (Metrocenter Mall)<br></li> </ul> <div>Multiple options for purchasing fares remain available to passengers, such as ticket vending machines located on light rail platforms, at participating retailers, or online. Transit riders can call 602-253-5000 or visit <a href="https://valleymetro.org" target="_blank">https://valleymetro.org​</a> for retail locations. <br><br>Other facilities will be taking similar measures based on departmental operational needs​.<br> </div></div> <div>The city’s transition to a “By Appointment Only” model is an effort to provide necessary city services, while protecting the health and safety of visitors, customers and employees in city-owned facilities.</div> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
City of Phoenix Begins Vaccination Incentive Programhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/2104Public Works (Trash and Recycling)10/13/2021 12:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2104/Newsroom_PWD_0098.jpgCity of Phoenix Begins Vaccination Incentive Program<div class="ExternalClassEACFFFA88E674035805817ED0A29370D"><html> <p> ​The city of Phoenix will offer vaccine incentives after the City Council approved a pilot program to increase vaccination rates in underserved communities.   <br><br> The city,  partnering with its clinical health care vendors, began offering 100 dollar gift cards to individuals who become fully vaccinated through city sponsored vaccination events.<br><br> A  full course of the vaccination has been shown to be extremely effective at preventing individuals from becoming seriously ill from COVID-19.​ Residents who receive the full course of vaccinations through a city of Phoenix vaccination site are eligible to receive a 100 dollar gift card from a local grocery store or gas station.      <br><br> The city of Phoenix Public Works Department manages the Mobile COVID-19 vans and hosts testing and vaccination event across Phoenix. To see upcoming locations that are part of the Vaccination Incentive Program​, visit <a href="http://Phoenix.gov/COVIDTesting" target="_blank">Phoenix.gov/COVIDTesting​</a>. <br></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
Joe Giudice Named Public Works Directorhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/2034Public Works (Trash and Recycling)8/20/2021 4:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/2034/Joe Giudice .jpgJoe Giudice Named Public Works Director<div class="ExternalClass72690F337884473184AED6A08ADED421"><html> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">Phoenix City M</span><span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">anager Ed Zuercher has named Joe Giudice as the new director of the Public Works Department. Giudice has spent nearly two decades in municipal government and has been an industry leader in public works infrastructure and environmental programs in Arizona.  During the past seven years in executive leadership at the city of Phoenix, Giudice’s visionary and proven track record has made him a respected industry leader. </span> </p> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;"></span> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">"Joe has led significant capital improvement projects including the design and construction of </span> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">new facilities while ensuring Phoenix remained committed to long-range planning strategies in sustainability and environmental protection,” said Zuercher. "His commitment to public service and asset management will ensure the continual exemplary service that Phoenix strives to deliver to its residents.”</span> </p> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">Giudice has held a variety of executive positions at the city of Phoenix, including Environmental </span> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">Programs Administrator and Assistant Water Services Director.  Most recently, Giudice served as the Assistant Public Works Director, responsible for leading the Solid Waste Division which provides direct services to more than 400,000 Phoenix households, while overseeing an annual budget of approximately $160 million and more than 600 employees. </span> </p> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">“I look forward to working alongside the dedicated public works team as we continue the city’s efforts of waste minimization, fleet electrification and energy efficient structures that are welcoming for the employees and the community,” Giudice said. </span> </p> <p> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;"></span> <span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;">Giudice earned both a master's degree in Public Administration and a bachelor's degree in Environmental Science from Arizona State University. He currently serves as chairperson on the American Public Works Association Solid Waste Technical Committee. ​</span> </p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
Environmental Specialist's Quick-thinking Offers Comfort at Accident Scenehttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/1752Public Works (Trash and Recycling)2/9/2021 8:00:00 AMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1752/Newsroom_PublicWorks_017.jpgEnvironmental Specialist's Quick-thinking Offers Comfort at Accident Scene<div class="ExternalClassC23FAA1B8B304C97A0C43E95D1A86BF1"><html> <p>​<span style="background-color:window;color:windowtext;font-size:10pt;">Being in the right place, at the right time—that's the only way to describe Public Works Environmental Specialist Matt Davis on Jan. 14 at around 9:30 a.m.</span></p> <p>Davis, who started his career with the city in 2011, was waiting for the light to turn green at the intersection of Camelback Road and 83rd Avenue, when a Jeep Cherokee traveling south on 83rd Avenue immediately caught his attention. The Jeep ran through a red light, headed straight to the sidewalk and eventually crashed into the traffic pole on the southwest corner of the intersection. </p> <p>What seemed a mere half a second later, when his light turned green, Davis drove toward the Jeep, turned on the beacon lights of his work vehicle, parked it, and approached the Jeep that now has significant damage. It didn't take long for Davis to realize that the female driver was having severe seizures and was still convulsing as he attempted to open the passenger side door. </p> <p>As he expected, all the doors were locked. And to add another layer to the emergency, there was a rear-facing car seat in the back of the car that was covered with a baby blanket. </p> <p>Davis wasted no time in calling 911 for immediate help. </p> <p>About a minute after the 911 call, the driver of the Jeep slowly gained consciousness, and was able to open her door. After Davis was assured the woman was stable and coherent, he quickly checked on the baby in the back seat. The 3-month old appeared to be fine, did not show any signs of injury, and seemed unfazed by the whole incident. </p> <p>Davis provided his account of the accident when Phoenix Police and Fire arrived. He let the first responders do what they do best. </p> <p>And Davis…well, this United States Army vet went on his merry way to do what he does best — engaging with the community and educating them on the proper way to dispose residential waste materials. </p> <p>Thank you, Matt, for your service in the military and as an essential worker!​<br><br></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works
Phoenix Launches Second Mobile Testing Vanhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/public-works/1739Public Works (Trash and Recycling)2/2/2021 8:00:00 PMhttps://www.phoenix.gov/newssite/Lists/NewsArticle/Attachments/1739/Newsroom_PublicWorks_016.jpgPhoenix Launches Second Mobile Testing Van<div class="ExternalClass93564EBA1A9E4D8BBDBEA79F7ABD3BFB"><html> ​The city of Phoenix launched its second COVID-19 mobile testing van (Van #2) Tuesday with an announcement from Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, and the city's medical partner in this new endeavor, <a target="_blank" href="https://premierlabsolutions.com/">Premier Labs Solutions</a>. The announcement of Van #2 was held at Cielito Park, on North 35th and West Campbell avenues, the location of Van #2's first official day of operations.<br><br> Like Van #1, this new unit will offer COVID-19 antigen testing with rapid results, as well as Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) testing with results emailed to the individual in 1-2 days for added assurance. There are no out-of-pocket-costs for individuals, with or without medical insurance. Van #2 will operate three days a week—Monday OR Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday—from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.<br><br> While Van #1's goal is to make COVID-19 testing accessible to Phoenix's underserved communities, Van #2 will focus on bringing accessible testing to areas in the city considered to be “hot spots,” or areas that are showing a higher incidence of reported COVID-19 cases. <br><br> “People throughout the city need to be able to access convenient testing, especially those people who rely on public transportation. Van #2, with its focus on area hot spots, will help us deliver on that promise,” said Mayor Gallego. “These free tests will make it easier for residents to keep their families healthy and safe.”<br><br> <a target="_blank" href="https://premierlabsolutions.com/">Premier Lab Solutions,</a> a local Phoenix company that delivers convenient lab testing services to various businesses and organizations nationwide, will manage the daily operations of Van #2, administer COVID-19 tests to the community, as well as disseminate results to individuals. In determining locations for Van #2, Premier Lab Solutions will work closely with city of Phoenix staff and Mayor and Council Offices to determine where the “hot spots" are in the city. <br><br> “I am proud of the partnership we have built with Premier Lab Solutions, a local company who has the expertise, knowledgeable and trained staff, and resources to provide efficient and reliable COVID-19 testing to our community,” said District 2 Councilman Jim Waring. “I am grateful for this collaboration and thank them for their service to our residents.”<br><br>Van #2 is a slightly larger van – a 2020 Ford T-350 Transit, customized by the Phoenix Public Works Department's Fleet Management division with an externally mounted generator, A/C unit, refrigerator, USB ports, a foldable work desk and service windows. <br><br> <strong>Other City-supported Accessible COVID19 Tests </strong> <br><br> During today's event, Mayor Gallego also mentioned the launch of a new, city-supported COVID-19 testing service at a fixed site beginning the week of Feb. 8. The static site will be at Maryvale Park, 4420 N. 51st Ave. and will operate three days a week – Monday, Wednesday and Friday – from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. The tests will be administered by the city's existing medical partner, <a target="_blank" href="https://vincerecancer.com/">Vincere Cancer Center</a>, and will offer rapid PCR tests to community members at no out-of-pocket-cost. <br><br> Other testing services supported by the city include:<br> <ul dir="" style=""> <li> <a target="_blank" href="https://www.xprescheck.com/">ExpresCheck</a> at Sky Harbor International Airport, which offers three types of COVID-19 tests to travelers-- a PCR test, a blood antibody test and a Rapid Abbott ID test with results while you wait. </li> <li>Drive-thru testing services, implemented in late May 2020, which are offered on the weekends at various locations in Phoenix. Testing is administered by city partners, <a target="_blank" href="https://www.equalityhealthfoundation.org/covid19/">Equality Health Foundation ​</a>and <a target="_blank" href="https://www.familytreehealthcare.com/">Family Tree Healthcare</a><br></li> <li>Mobile Testing Van #1, launched in mid-August 2020, which offers antigen and antibody tests with rapid results. Testing is admiistered by Vincere Cancer Center. <br></li> </ul> <div>Testing services are available to members of the community at no out-of-pocket-cost. <br></div> <div> <br> </div> The best way to find a complete and updated list of COVID-19 testing services, locations and times is to visit <a target="_blank" href="https://phoenix.gov/COVIDtesting">phoenix.gov/COVIDtesting</a><br><br> <p>All testing services offered by the city are supplemented by the CARES Act Relief Funds. <br></p> </html></div>https://phoenix.gov/publicworksNewspublic-worksPublic Works

 

 

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