LETTER: Summerland one-day recycling service appreciated

Service on Saturday helped those unable to get to landfill

Dear Editor:

Kudos to Summerland Council and staff for hosting the drop-by recycling depot on Saturday, Sept. 14.

So many seniors, condo and apartment dwellers appreciate the opportunity to recycle but don’t have the means to get to the landfill.

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Perhaps these efforts could be done once every quarter.

The location of this iteration of the pop-up was terrific – the storage yard between the arena and the lumber yard.

Let’s see more of this!

Jerry Flaman

Summerland

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