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    • Jeff and Liz Helfrich

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  • Mary Specter

    I wish this had been invented years ago. I used 3 bins then my city stopped requiring separating the recyclables. Sometimes I wonder if the City is really recycling.

    • Jeff and Liz Helfrich

      We couldn't believe these didn't exist yet either. We were sure we would find them in stores, but no such luck. Most cities not only really recycle, but it saves them money. Here in Dallas, net of costs, the city generated over $1.3 million in "profits" from its recycling program last year and our recycling rates have lots of room to improve.

      • Mary Specter

        When the city said we weren't required to separate our trash I was upset. Supposedly, the trash company the city has does all the separating but I don't buy it. They used to give us bins for paper, metal/plastic and the regular trash. Now it's only a green bin for yard waste and the regular trash. I know they discontinued the other program because the citizens were too lazy to separate the trash. I used to see recyclables in the trash and trash in the recycle bins.