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Wendy Lott inside WESTERN March 6, 2018, 11:54 AM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes, but I need a larger recycle roll cart

C. Dillingham inside BARRANCA MESA March 3, 2018, 8:54 AM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes

Deborah Worley inside WHITE ROCK March 3, 2018, 6:42 AM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes

Floyd Galllegos inside WHITE ROCK March 2, 2018, 4:26 PM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes, but I need a larger recycle roll cart

Richard Triplett Jr. inside WESTERN March 1, 2018, 3:19 PM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes, but I need an additional recycle roll cart

Gary Parker inside NORTH COMMUNITY March 1, 2018, 2:45 PM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes

Robert Villegas inside WESTERN March 1, 2018, 12:37 PM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes, but I need a larger recycle roll cart

Rachel Pearson inside NORTH COMMUNITY February 27, 2018, 2:06 PM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes, but I need a larger recycle roll cart

Dick Boudrie inside NORTH COMMUNITY February 26, 2018, 3:21 PM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
Yes

Jaclyn Sutton inside WHITE ROCK February 25, 2018, 6:58 AM

Using the example schedule above, would your household be able to continue to recycle the maximum amount of plastic, aluminum, paper and cardboard and have curbside pick-up for these materials reduced to every other week to accommodate for yard trimmings collection?
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