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Say goodbye to sorting

Upgraded center to offer single-stream recycling
Jesse Fry of the Durango Recycling Center walks past a huge pile of waste paper that soon will be bundled and sent to a new paper buyer in Albuquerque. Durango is about to streamline collection, handling and shipping procedures to manage the growth of its recycling.
Jesse Fry of the Durango Recycling Center backs down a ramp with bundled cardboard for recycling. Operational improvements are supposed to improve worker safety, reducing the risk of workers getting exposed to hazardous chemicals.
Jesse Fry pushes cardboard onto a conveyor belt to be bundled at the recycling center. Cardboard is the city’s best-selling commodity.
A bundle of waste awaits pickup outside the recycling center. The center was built in 1996. Improvements are supposed to extend the life of the building for another 15 years.

Say goodbye to sorting

Jesse Fry of the Durango Recycling Center walks past a huge pile of waste paper that soon will be bundled and sent to a new paper buyer in Albuquerque. Durango is about to streamline collection, handling and shipping procedures to manage the growth of its recycling.
Jesse Fry of the Durango Recycling Center backs down a ramp with bundled cardboard for recycling. Operational improvements are supposed to improve worker safety, reducing the risk of workers getting exposed to hazardous chemicals.
Jesse Fry pushes cardboard onto a conveyor belt to be bundled at the recycling center. Cardboard is the city’s best-selling commodity.
A bundle of waste awaits pickup outside the recycling center. The center was built in 1996. Improvements are supposed to extend the life of the building for another 15 years.
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