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
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