From The Alaska Star, Wednesday, May 19, 2010:
Alaska Waste and the municipality of Anchorage’s landfill announced two major improvements to recycling in Chugiak-Eagle River on May 13.
The landfill’s renovated recycling center now accepts plastic and is expanded for ease of use, and Alaska Waste is offering subscription curbside recycling to an additional 6,500 households in Eagle River and Chugiak. Alaska Waste first made curbside recycling available in Eagle River to 1,600 customers in June 2008, with a current subscription rate of about 19 percent, according to recycling coordinator Katy Suddock.
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