Cary Public Works employees Cameron Harris and Frederick Hackney pull a plastic bag out of the recycling truck on July 15. Waste Management recently informed Cary Town Hall that residents are filling their recycling bins with more non-recyclable materials than ever before. On July 14, Cary’s public works department launched a 12- week campaign to correct the issue.
Cary Public Works employees Cameron Harris and Frederick Hackney pull a plastic bag out of the recycling truck on July 15. Waste Management recently informed Cary Town Hall that residents are filling their recycling bins with more non-recyclable materials than ever before. On July 14, Cary’s public works department launched a 12- week campaign to correct the issue. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com
Cary Public Works employees Cameron Harris and Frederick Hackney pull a plastic bag out of the recycling truck on July 15. Waste Management recently informed Cary Town Hall that residents are filling their recycling bins with more non-recyclable materials than ever before. On July 14, Cary’s public works department launched a 12- week campaign to correct the issue. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com

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