Can Hardly Wait

So looking forward to the end of overflowing bins and boxes and bags of recycling next to the washing machine. Read all about it . . . Coming soon to your neighborhood . . .

 

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About Clara Fishel

I live in Savannah with my husband and two sons. My time is divided (albeit not always as evenly as I would prefer) between playing with family and friends, work and ongoing involvement with groups like Savannah USGBC, Starland Farmers' Mkt., SDRA and Step-Up. I am a LEED Accredited Professional with a B.S. in Community and Regional Development from the University of California, Davis.

2 thoughts on “Can Hardly Wait

  1. John McMasters

    The power of the constitution played a decisive role in this outcome. Let us not forget those powers in other issues we pursue.

  2. Joyce Murlless

    When will they also serve small businesses and/or office buildings? Try as I might, I end up with lots of paper that could be recycled from the office. And I can’t bring it home to recycle because I live in the county. It would be great if there were bins for office buildings, too.

    If only 35% of city residents are expected to participate initially, wouldn’t it be helpful for businesses to add to the volume of recyclables?

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