Madison Public Works


I had to stop by the Madison Public Works building the other day to pick up my new recycling bin. Believe it or not, but most communities in the Jackson metro area do not participate in curbside recycling. And there are no recycling facilities that I know of, if you want to recycle yourself. I find that really unthinkable, especially since trash is buried in landfills here in Jackson.

At least Madison does recycle the basics, newspaper, glass, cans and some plastic. I think it's important that we do what we can to save something for the future generations.

2 comments:

uncertainhorizon said...

Recycle... I wish we could do that here in Pearl... but the rednecks had that taken away a decade ago.

Anonymous said...

you can drop recyclables off at Rainbow Co-Op in Fondren and at Recycling Services, 3010 North West St. in Jackson, M-F, 7 am to 4 pm (I don't know if the city place would want to check for residency, but I know Rainbow won't)