New system will provide bins at schools, other locations
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 9:20 am
Free residential curbside pickup of recyclables will end Aug. 2, members of the Anderson County Fiscal Court’s “green” committee said during its meeting Monday night.
The committee also revealed that recycling bins will be in place at each of the five public school buildings by Aug. 12, along with Kroger, Walmart, Glensboro Baptist Church and at the intersection of Highways 749 and 62.
Once in place, residents will no longer have their recyclables picked up at the curb, and are asked to transport them to one of the bins.
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