NAPOLEON BPA TALKS REFUSE AND RECYCLING

The city of Napoleon is weighing their options when it comes to the future of refuse and recycling in the community.   With less recyclables allowed for the program, it’s becoming a more costly proposition; because glass and certain plastics are no longer allowed.               Napoleon Board of Public Affairs talked about allowing an extra bag of refuse each week; but that will also be costly for the city’s sanitation budget.  The 18-dollars collected each month breaks down this way:  13 dollars pays for the refuse and recycling service; while the remaining 5-dollars helps to cover the expense of the yard waste site, mosquito spraying, and more.               More dialogue will be necessary before a decision is made on a new recycling contract for Napoleon.

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