I don’t recall when “they” introduced the recycling bins, probably 2012 or so. I see no particular pattern in emptying them; frequently, as recently, they become so overfilled that I simply throw recyclables in the trash bins. I’m sure “they” still go through trash as I documented in a post on 24 March 2012, which appears to have disappeared (500: internal error – bleh).
Where Syd and Gundy live, “they” have done away with the corner “dumpsters” and assigned each house two wheeled containers. One day a week “they” pick up trash, another day recyclables. I question the logic and economics , but no one is asking my opinion (especially the guy who sold the town council 1,000 wheeled household containers).
After the last recyclables overflow event, these signs appeared in the bin near us: “Please only recyclables. No trash!”
Which raises a question: when the recycling bins are consistently overflowing and the trash bin nearby is not, what exactly transpired to evoke this response?
A further question to ask is what Ave Fenix, an organization addressing drug addiction, has to do with the recycling program?
I guess the answer is, it’s a different Ave Fenix. (Ave Fénix=Phoenix.)
Unrelated, I also learned today (via an article from 2014) that given RGB images for print projects, best not to convert them to CMYK before placing in InDesign documents. Fascinating, no?
For these two revelations, you are – from the bottom of my heart – most welcome.