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RE: [greenyes] Separate bins for curbside collection of paper
Why not encourage residents to put their papers in a paper grocery bag?  The
fit perfectly.  The grocery bag doesn't seem to contaminate the newspaper
and other paper.  The newspapers don't blow away.  You don't need another
bin because you can store the paper bags filled with papers in the bin
(that's what we do.)



-----Original Message-----
From: cforrester@no.address [mailto:cforrester@no.address]
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2005 10:01 AM
To: greenyes@no.address
Subject: [greenyes] Separate bins for curbside collection of paper


Hi-
I was wondering if anyone had experiences with collecting paper products in
a
separate bin (not with containers) curbside.

* Do the bins become too heavy for the collectors to pick up?
* Has a separate bin increased paper recycling in your community?
* Have residents expressed space constraints in their home/yard with regards
to
having to store an extra bin?

Any information you may have would be helpful.

Thank you-

Courtney Forrester

Solid Waste Manager
Newton Department of Public Works
617/796.1012

http://www.ci.newton.ma.us/dpw/recycling






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