Fayetteville recycles 655 tons in program's first month

Posted August 11, 2008

— Fayetteville residents pitched in to make a new curbside recycling program a roaring success.

The city has picked up about 655 tons of glass, aluminum, plastic and paper since the program's start in July, city officials announced Monday.

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  • scientistjo Aug 11, 2008

    Welcome to the early 1990s, Fayetteville. It's great that they have this program now, but it's pathetic that cities in NC still do not have recycling. Think of how much non-trash has been needlessly buried in the past twenty years!