The City of El Paso, Texas, is currently building its fifth and largest recycling center, which is slated to open within the next 90 days. The new $1 million recycling center is expected to ease congestion and reduce waste times at the city’s four other recycling centers.
The new recycling center will also feature a customer-friendly layout, which will include an elevated ground for easier and faster trash tossing.
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Recycling in El Paso may get a little easier now that the city is opening its fifth recycling location.
The fifth station is currently under construction on the Far East side of the city near Lee Boulevard and Montana Avenue at 3510 Confederate.
It’s expected to be finished within the next 90 days and it will be the largest recycling station in the city.