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Waste Management encourages residents to rock the recycling after rocking the vote

As another political season comes to an end, Waste Management reminds Nevada County residents that most political signs placed in yards and on fencing are recyclable, as are official voter guides and other collateral materials and direct mailings received throughout the campaign season.

“We encourage everyone to get out and vote. And after Nov. 2, we encourage all residents to recycle all political material possible,” said Waste Management spokesman Justin Caporusso. “Residents can be politically active and reduce waste at the same time.”

Signs and placards made out of paper, cardboard, or plastic are recyclable. The metal stakes and stands might also be recyclable.


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