With rising costs we need to recycle better
As part of our ongoing lessons on what NOT to recycle here is a prime example of folks either being misguided about recycling or just in need of disposing junk without regard to rules (hence the proliferation of unwanted television sets in our national forest).
Drain Commissioner and Chair of the Board of Public Works Dale Twing spoke to the issue of improper use of the recycling sites.
“With recycling cost costs going up at an alarming rate cleaning up after people who misuse the system continues to put the program in jeopardy. We need everyone who supports and believes in recycling to be part of the solution in every way possible.
“This means helping to educate others about the proper use of our sites and hopefully supporting our efforts through contributions. We are setting up a fund through the Fremont Area Foundation. This will allow supporters of recycling to contribute toward our efforts to provide recycling sites to the community.”
Oh and this next shot is from the Brooks Township site.
Neat and tidy with no cardboard confusion.
Nice going people, keep it up
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