Wednesday, August 29, 2007

More Good News on the Recycling Front

Check out this announcement from the City today:

Now Accepting Paper Products!

The City of Charlottesville’s recycling service continues to expand to meet needs of our customers and citizens. Beginning this week, customers can now leave the following paper products loosely in their bin: catalogues, magazines, phone books, junk mail, office paper (white, colored, computer, and notebooks), paper bags and newspapers (including inserts). The City asks that residents put all loose paper in a paper bag and try to avoid placing these items out for pickup when inclement weather is expected.

One more step toward a greener Charlottesville...

2 comments:

Peg said...

"The City of Charlottesville’s recycling service continues to expand to meet needs of our customers and citizens."

I love this language! I dare say that expanding the recycling to paper products meets *everyone's* needs, *the city's* included! Anyhow, good to see it.

Laura said...

The expanded recycling service makes me VERY HAPPY! Thank you so very much! Now I only need to go to UVA to get rid of my plastics above #2... -- the rest I can do on the curb. Terrific!