Omaha, Nebraska 2021-06-10 13:00:56 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) —If you currently need to cross the town to visit one of Omaha’s recycling drop-off sites, another site scheduled to open next Monday could shorten your drive there is.
According to the city’s announcement, the site will open on Monday, June 14th at 151 N 72nd St. and in the morning.
The location should meet the needs of most people who need to unload recycled items.
The city states: “This is Omaha’s sixth full-service recycling drop-off site. The full-service site accepts glass bottles and bottles in addition to the same recyclable items collected on the porch. Must be stored separately from other recyclables. On a full service site, residents will find at least two collection containers: glass bottles and purple containers for bottles and everything else. Another green container for recyclables. “
Drop-off locations can be reached from 72nd Street north of Dodge, through the alleys behind Walgreens on 71st Street and Cass Street.
The city wants to remind people that non-recyclable items dumped on the site or left on the ground can be considered illegal dumping, which can lead to fines and cleaning costs. I am.
For more information on the city’s recycling program, please visit: Wasteline.org.
If you have something that shouldn’t be thrown away with regular trash, such as household chemicals or batteries, or with recyclables, you can take them to Under the Sink.visit http://www.underthesink.org/ For more information on accepted items.
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