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Houston to Resume Curbside Recycling Services in November

“B Week” collection will begin on November 13 and “A Week” collection will start on November 20.

On August 30, the City of Houston’s Solid Waste Department suspended curbside recycling services so that it could focus on the removal of debris generated by Hurricane Harvey. And now, the city is gearing up to resume curbside recycling services in November.

“B Week” collection will begin on November 13 and “A Week” collection will start on November 20. Residents are being encouraged to place only the following items in their recycling carts for collection: paper, cardboard, clean food cartons, plastic contains #1-5 and 7, aluminum cans and bimetal cans.

KHOU-TV has more:

After a two and a half month suspension due to Harvey recovery efforts, curbside recycling collection for Houston residents will resume November 13, 2017.

The resumption of service is as follows:

 “B Week” collection will begin the week of Monday, November 13, 2017.

 “A Week” collection will begin the week of Monday, November 20, 2017.

Read the full story here.

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