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Posted on: October 23, 2008

[ARCHIVED] Recycle Every Wednesday

Can you believe what recycling has done for Cedar Hill?

Since January, the citizens of Cedar Hill have recycled over 1,750 tons of recyclable materials, diverted 5,300 cubic yards of waste from the landfill and saved approximately 30,000 trees. Every citizen who recycles is making a big difference, but the fact is that only about 34% of Cedar Hill citizens recycle. If we could get the rest of the population to start recycling, just think of what a difference we could make in our City and the environment.

Recycling is easy! No sorting is necessary and Waste Management will pick it up right in front of your house (or alley). Citizens are not charged any more for this service and much of what you put in the trash can be recycled.

Recycleable items include, but are not limited to: glass and plastic bottles, aluminum and steel food and beverage cans, cardboard and junk mail, cereal boxes, paper towel rolls, newspapers and magazines, aerosol cans, as well as emptied and rinsed out detergent bottles.

Items that can not be recycled are: styrofoam, pizza boxes, aluminum foil, light bulbs, plastic grocery bags, and ceramic containers and dishes.

As a reminder, all residential recycling is picked up on Wednesdays. Should you have any questions, please refer to the City's website for updates or call 972.291.5100 ext. 1007.

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