Study: Most Durangoans do not lock their bear-resistant trash cans

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Study: Most Durangoans do not lock their bear-resistant trash cans

Some say city needs to be more proactive with enforcing ordinance
Joey Medina, recycling and trash manager for the city of Durango, checks to make sure the auto close-and-lock lid works on one of the new automated wildlife-resistant trash containers. A study by a group of Fort Lewis College students found most people who have bear-resistant containers don’t use them properly or don’t lock them.

Study: Most Durangoans do not lock their bear-resistant trash cans

Joey Medina, recycling and trash manager for the city of Durango, checks to make sure the auto close-and-lock lid works on one of the new automated wildlife-resistant trash containers. A study by a group of Fort Lewis College students found most people who have bear-resistant containers don’t use them properly or don’t lock them.
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