Books, large plastics can now be recycled

Residents of the 54 towns that recycle with the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority, including Stratford, can now place large rigid plastic items and books in recycling bins.
The CRRA’s single-stream recycling facility will now accept:
•    large toys;
•    beverage crates;
•    laundry baskets;
•    recycling bins;
•    telephone directories;
•    storage containers and
•    hard-cover books.
Any of these items that fit inside the single-stream barrel can be recycled, provided that:
•    all metals such as bucket handles and wheel axles are separated from the plastic items;
•    all items are rinsed and clean and
•    covers from hard-cover books are removed and placed in the trash.
A complete breakdown of all items residents of participating communities can recycle, along with instruction on preparing those items for recycling, is on CRRA’s website, crra.org. Computer users can also discuss CRRA on its blog, crra-blog.blogspot.com, and follow CRRA on Twitter @CRRA.

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