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Posted on: January 11, 2022

Temporary Recycling Containers for Norcross

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Due to labor shortages caused by COVID-19, the City of Norcross has been notified by Waste Management that curbside recycling will be co-mingled with regular trash for the next two weeks. If you would like to ensure that your recyclables are recycled during this period, please use temporary recycling drop-off containers that are located at City Hall (65 Lawrenceville Street) and Public Works (345 Lively Avenue). These temporary containers are open to City of Norcross residents 24/7, and are ONLY for paper, cartons, flattened cardboard, empty plastic bottles, plastic jugs, and metal cans. Please no trash, bagged material, or plastic bags. Contact communitydevelopment@norcrossga.net or call 678-421-2027 with any questions!

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