CURBSIDE RECYCLING HAS RETURNED TO NAPOLEON


Time to get those big red bins out in Napoleon.Curbside recycling is back for residents on the Napoleon city refuse system.There was a break in the action due to the corona virus; but now the city is collecting your recyclables as they did before.That includes #1 and #2 plastics, along with metals, and cardboard and papers.Remember no glass is being accepted with the Napoleon recycling effort.

How big is recycling in Napoleon?Each household averages about 5 pounds of recyclables in their bin per week.Werlor reports that amounts to nearly 40 tons of material each month that gets recycled, across the city.The time you spend in separating out the recyclables will save the city on its refuse bill and in space at the area landfill.