The city now requires that cardboard pieces be torn into smaller pieces – about 18-by-18 inches – so they fit loosely in the recycling cart. Previously, pieces as large as 3-by-3 feet were permitted.
The city now requires that cardboard pieces be torn into smaller pieces – about 18-by-18 inches – so they fit loosely in the recycling cart. Previously, pieces as large as 3-by-3 feet were permitted. DAVID T. FOSTER III DAVID T. FOSTER III-dtfoster@cha
The city now requires that cardboard pieces be torn into smaller pieces – about 18-by-18 inches – so they fit loosely in the recycling cart. Previously, pieces as large as 3-by-3 feet were permitted. DAVID T. FOSTER III DAVID T. FOSTER III-dtfoster@cha

New rules for Charlotte cardboard recycling face criticism

December 30, 2016 07:44 AM

UPDATED January 02, 2017 06:06 PM

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