Curbside recycling to be started if enough local residents sign up


Curbside recycling to be started if enough local residents sign up
 

slideshow Clayton Angell said he knows why recycling hasn’t caught on in Anniston: The city didn’t see the need for it.
The longtime resident said Anniston used to have a recycling program in the mid-’90s, but after costs went up for the service, the city council decided to ditch the green effort, eliminating recycling as a city service.
“I just thought that was crazy,” Angell said. “I don’t think people realize that it’s a cost anyway. It’s costing the environment.”
Angell said he’d be happy to pay $5.50 per month for curbside recycling pickup, which is the cost proposed today by Republic... read more

 
5 March 2014 in Regional, Views: 10
 


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