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Recycling carts coming to Yigo subdivision

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Guam Solid Waste Authority will begin delivering recycling carts to residents in the Marianas Terrace Subdivision on Senesa Loop in Yigo on Friday. As part of the new program each customer will receive a 95-gallon recycle bin with an information sticker which will list all the items that can be recycled and placed in the carts.

As we reported the plan will be rolled out to all 15,500 GSWA customers at no cost. As part of the program trash collection are expected to move from five to four days a week which means routes for collection will  also change.

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