Duluth launching glass recycling “pilot” program in Jan.

Beginning Jan. 1 all Duluth residents and business owners will be able to participate in a free glass recycling program. File Photo
Beginning Jan. 1 all Duluth residents and business owners will be able to participate in a free glass recycling program. File Photo

Beginning Jan. 1 all Duluth residents and business owners will be able to participate in a free glass recycling program.

The four-month trial program will allow all residents and business owners to recycle glass in a dedicated container between the hours of 3 and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the Duluth Public Works Complex, 2450 Main Street. This program is available for city residents and businesses only (proof of residence or business license may be required).

The container is for glass only. No garbage, boxes or bags are allowed. No glass is allowed to be left after-hours. Acceptable glass is: bottles, jars and glass containers. All colors are acceptable.

Non-acceptable glass is: CRT glass (computer monitors, televisions) light bulbs, mirrors and ceramic (plates, bowls, cups).

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