City of Durango rolls out bear-resistant trash cans

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City of Durango rolls out bear-resistant trash cans

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City of Durango rolls out bear-resistant trash cans

Joey Medina, recycling and trash manager for the city of Durango, tests an automatically locking lid on one of the new wildlife-resistant trash containers the city purchased. He distributed new cans Thursday with Don Esquibel. The city purchased new 64-gallon and 96-gallon cans to prevent bears from feeding on household garbage.
Joey Medina, recycling and trash manager for the city of Durango, tests an automatically locking lid on one of the new wildlife-resistant trash cans the city purchased. Medina and Don Esquibel distributed some of the cans Thursday, which are aimed at keeping bears away from food waste.
The city of Durango started distributing automatically locking wildlife resistant trash containers this week. The trash cans open with the twist of a knob and automatically lock when the lid closes. When the garbage truck picks up the can, a gravity driven mechanism unlocks the lid for dumping.
The city of Durango started distributing automatically locking wildlife-resistant garbage cans this week. The trash cans open with the twist of a knob and automatically lock when the lid closes. When the garbage truck picks up the can, a gravity driven mechanism unlocks the lid for dumping.
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