Since a recycling program was started last fall, the collection site has been changed several times. Area residents have stay attuned to those moves, continuing to show up in droves.
Figures released this week by Karen Sanders of the Fayette County Soil and Water Conservation District show that the recycling program is well-accepted.
Since the monthly collections were started last September, Sanders said, 24 tons of paper, plastic, cardboard, newspaper, magazines, aluminum and tin have been collected.
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