Residential glass pickup would resume in Little Rock under proposed Waste Management contract extension

Equipment operator Zac Dwyer loads waste Friday into a garbage truck driven by Roman Williams in a residential neighborhood in south Fort Smith. The city's Board of Directors is preparing to approve annual budgets, which may include several new trucks for the Solid Waste Department. Go to nwaonline.com/211030Daily/ to see more photos.
(NWA Democrat-Gazette/Hank Layton)
Equipment operator Zac Dwyer loads waste Friday into a garbage truck driven by Roman Williams in a residential neighborhood in south Fort Smith. The city's Board of Directors is preparing to approve annual budgets, which may include several new trucks for the Solid Waste Department. Go to nwaonline.com/211030Daily/ to see more photos. (NWA Democrat-Gazette/Hank Layton)

A proposed contract extension between the city of Little Rock and its residential recycling hauler would allow residents to put glass items in their curbside recycling cart again, five years after glass collection ceased, in exchange for a higher monthly fee.

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