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Letters to the editor

January 30, 2013

Recycling Big Greens?

GREENVILLE — To the editor:

I strongly believe in recycling in every way. My recycled goods are on the curb every week. I think there ought to be a city ordinance to make everyone in the city recycle.

When we run out of space at the dump we use, it can cost a lot of money to find another. Then our bills will go up.

What’s bugging me is the big green trash cans. When one gets damaged they throw it in the trash truck. There should be a way to recycle those “Big Greens,” as they are some type of plastic and also the wheels. They will be at the dump forever.

Robert Holleman



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