City calls first week of recycling a success: almost 117,000 pounds collected

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Recycling in Fort St. John started on November 10th, and the city officially announced that 116,966 pounds were collected in total that week.

Last Wednesday, which was also Remembrance Day, saw the most recycling — with 34,297 pounds, or 25 bales worth.

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In a Facebook post, the City encourages residents to ‘keep up the great recycling,’ but also reminds them that glass and styrofoam have to be recycled at the Eco-depot.

Recycling and Garbage are collected bi-weekly. Find out when your garbage/recycling are collected on the City’s website.

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