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In 2018, more than 52 million tons of paper products were recycled, which is roughly the same weight as almost 350,000 blue whales.
Recycling helps save energy.
By recycling one glass bottle, it can save enough energy to either light a 100-watt bulb for four hours, power a computer for 30 minutes, or keep a television going for 20 minutes.
For more information about the Earth Angel Recycling Program or to get involved, call 501-321-6911, or sign up online at www.cityhs.net/recycle-registration.
249 pounds - Aluminum cans
63,820 pounds - Commercial cardboard
1,437 pounds - Corrugated cardboard
135 pounds - Newspaper
830 pounds - Plastic grades No. 1 and No. 2
38,640 pounds - Yard waste and C.A.P.S.
Friday, August 5 - Whittington Avenue/Quapaw Avenue-Prospect Avenue
Monday, August 8 - Majestic Park/Oaklawn Street-Henderson Street
Tuesday, August 9 - Richard Street/Airport Road-Family Park Road
Wednesday, August 10 - Grove Street/Files Road-Higdon Ferry Road
Thursday, August 11 - McAuley Court-Greenwood Avenue
Friday, August 12 - Hobson Avenue-Plain Street