Collecting cardboard


A pile of cardboard collected by Hunter and other citizens sits at the Wilmington Sanitation Department. Anyone can bring cardboard into the Sanitation Department to be recycled. Materials brought to the Sanitation Department will be baled at the facility before being stored and sold to the highest-bidding broker.

A pile of cardboard collected by Hunter and other citizens sits at the Wilmington Sanitation Department. Anyone can bring cardboard into the Sanitation Department to be recycled. Materials brought to the Sanitation Department will be baled at the facility before being stored and sold to the highest-bidding broker.


A Wilmington Sanitation Department worker throws cardboard onto a pile Wednesday. Wilmington resident Paul Hunter brought a week’s worth of Speedway’s cardboard, topping 220 pounds. The cardboard recycling program started July 1, after awareness materials were distributed to residents.


A pile of cardboard collected by Hunter and other citizens sits at the Wilmington Sanitation Department. Anyone can bring cardboard into the Sanitation Department to be recycled. Materials brought to the Sanitation Department will be baled at the facility before being stored and sold to the highest-bidding broker.

A Wilmington Sanitation Department worker throws cardboard onto a pile Wednesday. Wilmington resident Paul Hunter brought a week’s worth of Speedway’s cardboard, topping 220 pounds. The cardboard recycling program started July 1, after awareness materials were distributed to residents.

A pile of cardboard collected by Hunter and other citizens sits at the Wilmington Sanitation Department. Anyone can bring cardboard into the Sanitation Department to be recycled. Materials brought to the Sanitation Department will be baled at the facility before being stored and sold to the highest-bidding broker.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_all-cardboard.jpgA pile of cardboard collected by Hunter and other citizens sits at the Wilmington Sanitation Department. Anyone can bring cardboard into the Sanitation Department to be recycled. Materials brought to the Sanitation Department will be baled at the facility before being stored and sold to the highest-bidding broker.

A Wilmington Sanitation Department worker throws cardboard onto a pile Wednesday. Wilmington resident Paul Hunter brought a week’s worth of Speedway’s cardboard, topping 220 pounds. The cardboard recycling program started July 1, after awareness materials were distributed to residents.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_throwing-cardboard.jpgA Wilmington Sanitation Department worker throws cardboard onto a pile Wednesday. Wilmington resident Paul Hunter brought a week’s worth of Speedway’s cardboard, topping 220 pounds. The cardboard recycling program started July 1, after awareness materials were distributed to residents.