Earth’s best friend
Since the town of Orange switched over to the new single-stream recycling system, residents have been sending Orange Live questions, concerns and complaints — mostly through Facebook.
One resident said that she is concerned because people don’t know how to use the new bins.
“There is only one man on the truck now, not a crew. He pulls up and an arm comes down, picks up the bin and dumps it, but if residents place the bin too close to their mailbox or facing the wrong way, or over fill it, the driver has to get out and move it which is a waste of time,” she said. “We need clear answers on what we’re supposed to do so the process works the way it should.”
Others complain about their recyclables being left behind after falling out of the bin, asking “who’s going to clean it up?”
There are so many questions and concerns and if I , or the recycling committee answers each one individually, as Mitch has been doing on his own, others with the same problem may not see it.
So, instead of trying to address each one on a personal basis, Orange Live and Recycling Committee Chairman Mitch Goldblatt are teaming up to get you the answers you need all in one place.
We are asking that you e-mail your questions or comments to Orange Live at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will forward them to Mitch.
Then Mitch will address all of them here on Orangectlive.com (cross post on Orange Live on Facebook).
This will begin immediately and hopefully, in a very short time everyone will know exactly what they are to do when recycling in Orange.