Bulloch County Recycling takes the 4th off

Written by  Wednesday, 03 July 2013 11:31

  Thursday is the 4th of July.  It will be a holiday with most Americans taking the day off from work to spend the day with family and friends.


  July 4thwill be a holiday for the Bulloch County recycling program as well.  As a result  Kelly Collingsworth with Keep Bulloch Beautiful said there will be no collections Thursday.  All recycling centers in Bulloch will be closed July 4th.  Also, single stream Curbside Recycling carts will not be picked up that day either.  Instead pick up will be  delayed one day till Friday July 5th.  The recycling centers around the county will reopen Friday.


  For more information about Bulloch County’s recycling program or to sign for the curbside recycling pickup program contact Keep Bulloch Beautiful at 764-6147 or go online to http://www.keepbullochbeautiful.org .







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