Jamestown Curbside Recycling Seeing Great Participation After 2 Weeks

 

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Recycle North Dakota reports great participation from Jamestown residents in the curbside recycling program.

Ralph Friebel says as they circle back to the beginning of the pick-up schedule, he’s says they’ve had a lot cleaner loads of recyclables than they originally expected.

Fribel says glass and styrofoam have been found in some loads. He pointed out that those items will not be accepted in curbside pickup. Glass can always be dropped off at the recycle center.

Residents are also reminded that everything but shredded paper must not be wrapped in plastic bags and put in the bins.

Friebel says today, they begin back where they started.

Friebel reminds residents that garbage bins and recycling bins must be at least four feet apart to make it easier for drivers to use the automated trucks to collect.

Overall, Friebel is excited as curbside pickup continues in Jamestown.

Residents who have questions for recycling are encouraged to contact Recycle North Dakota at 701-320-9218. For questions on garbage pickup, call the city at 701-252-5900.

You can hear more in an interview with Ralph Friebel below:


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