Wednesday, May 07, 2008

TOWN OF NIAGARA: The trash talk is over

One of the last New York municipalities to offer curbside recycling is finally coming into compliance.Town of Niagara officials hosted a public informational meeting Tuesday to update residents on the start of its curbside program on June 30. While the town has technically been recycling in a different manner for years, it has been in violation of state law.

Once curbside recycling begins on June 30, the blue bins will be picked up on residents’ normal trash days by Allied Waste, the parent company of BFI. Both the recycling and trash pickup service is provided free to the town due to its host community agreement with Allied Waste.

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