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Recycling Center took a team effort

"We're big on recycling in North Kitsap, we recycle more than 2,000 tons of resources every year. When we lost our former recycling center on Little Valley road, many city and county officials worked together to provide an effective interim site, then a permanent site that is appropriate for today's needs and anticipates future growth. The result of all the governing folks months of effort is a new recycling center that opens Monday at the intersection of Hwy. 305 and Viking Avenue. There's a ribbon cutting and a party at 9 a.m. Monday. Why don't you drop off your household batteries, glass, aluminum tin cans, plastic pop bottles, plastic milk jugs, newspapers, magazines, corrugated cardboard, scrap metal, old appliances, car batteries and motor oil-and tell everybody involved thanks for making this new center possible. "

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