We would like to inform all of our customers that our local recycling facility, Millennium Recycling, is no longer accepting plastic bags in the recycling stream.
This will be an inconvenience at first, but have long term benefits to our community and the recycling process. We will be sending out a newsletter later this month with specific details of the changes.
For now, please do not place any plastic bags in your recycling containers.
If you have additional questions please call us at 605-338-7126.
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Chances are, you’re planning a cooking frenzy this holiday season, big or small. After all, what is Thanksgiving without a turkey feast and pumpkin pie? Christmas wouldn’t be the same without cookies and fudge and baked ham! But sometimes in all the craziness, we get a little nuts. Excess leftovers and piles of garbage on the curb. “This year will be different!” we say. But this year… we’re here to help you make a change for the better. We’ve compiled a list of ways to reduce waste during your holiday cooking.
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