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Drop-off recycling centers will remain open, county official says

February 22, 2013

Local recycling drop-off sites will continue to be in use even when a new process of single-stream recycling rolls out next year, according to Jason Yorks Lycoming County recycling coordinator....

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wwhickok

Feb-22-13 6:05 AM

As long as citizens having an option does not go away, I don't have a problem with this.

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andy33

Feb-22-13 7:47 AM

Good news

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msamerica101

Feb-22-13 12:38 PM

This is off topic, but is the guy in the pic wearing make-up?

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Lycoming17701

Feb-22-13 11:40 PM

I still prefer the drop-off sites. I can never remember what day the recycling trucks come and I want to get rid of it as soon as it piles up, not store it. I think single-stream is a great idea and will probably make it easier for more people to recycle. As long as they keep the dropoff sites I'm a happy camper.

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acrman

Feb-23-13 6:51 AM

recycle pick up in this town is a big joke.

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acrman

Feb-23-13 7:08 AM

oh goody, now when the pick ups aren't made we'll be picking up trash when the winds blow over theses new containers, keep the drop off areas intact.

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