Spurred by China’s heightened concern over recyclables littered with trash, U.S. recycling exporters are demanding the same from local collectors such as Rogue Disposal.
As a result, Rogue Disposal is clamping down on what it will accept in its red-lid curbside recycling bins, and it will no longer pick up glass. People who want to recycle glass bottles and jars, up to one gallon, will have to take them to Ray’s Food Place stores in Central Point, Jacksonville and Phoenix, Sherm’s Food 4 Less in north Medford, Sherm’s Thunderbird in west Medford, and the Rogue Disposal transfer station, 8001 Table Rock Road, White City.
Recology customers in Ashland and Talent won’t see a change, a spokesman said. Recology curbside recycling, including glass, will continue being shipped to Eureka, California.
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