Billy Atkins of Wake Forest, center, and his nephew, Blake Long of Raleigh, use the Wake County Waste Disposal and Recycling center on Durham Road outside Wake Forest in this file photo from 2005. With the closing of the recycling drop-off center in Wake Forest, residents and small businesses will need to use county drop-centers like this one.
Billy Atkins of Wake Forest, center, and his nephew, Blake Long of Raleigh, use the Wake County Waste Disposal and Recycling center on Durham Road outside Wake Forest in this file photo from 2005. With the closing of the recycling drop-off center in Wake Forest, residents and small businesses will need to use county drop-centers like this one. Corey Lowenstein Corey Lowenstein
Billy Atkins of Wake Forest, center, and his nephew, Blake Long of Raleigh, use the Wake County Waste Disposal and Recycling center on Durham Road outside Wake Forest in this file photo from 2005. With the closing of the recycling drop-off center in Wake Forest, residents and small businesses will need to use county drop-centers like this one. Corey Lowenstein Corey Lowenstein

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