SUTHERLIN — A just-opened recycling center will give residents in Douglas County’s second-largest city another way to keep the county landfill from prematurely filling up. The Sutherlin Sanitary Service on Friday opened the recycling center off Highway 99 just south of the city at 1066 S. Calapooia St. The private company, which contracts with the city to collect garbage, already picks up recycled materials curbside. Garbage and recycling are put into one truck. Due to space, the company doesn’t pick up plastic bags or containers. Other material, such as newspapers and cardboard, alone fill up trucks, according to Sanitary Service …
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