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Recycling Options Grow

City Set To Open Drop-Off Center, Add Containers At Apartments

Posted: July 1, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Kyle Langston, left, mixes concrete Wednesday as his uncle, Don Langston, center, and father, Steve Langston, all of Accent Fence in Springdale install a fence surrounding a new recycling drop-off center on North Street between Leverett and Gregg avenues in Fayetteville.

The city is rolling out several new ways to recycle.

By The Numbers

Recyclables

The city collected 5,111 tons of recyclable material in 2012. The amounts in tons, percentage and collection sites are:

Tons Percentage Collection Sites

3,00359 PercentRecycling Trucks

1,03220 PercentHappy Hollow Drop-Off

91918 PercentCommercial Cardboard

952 PercentCommercial Paper

621 PercentScrap Metal

Source: City Of Fayetteville

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Good job Fayetteville!

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July 1, 2013 at 5:12 a.m. ( | suggest removal )