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story.lead_photo.caption Allyson Ransom at the recycling trailer with bins that are plainly marked with the items that are acceptable in each particular bin. An open-top cardboard trailer is parked nearby. The service is available adjacent the Gravette Police Department. - Photo by Dodie Evans

The new recycling trailer service in Gravette may not be in immediate jeopardy, but.... “Many people are using it and love having it here,” said Allyson Ransom, Gravette director of communications, “but it is also being abused.” “We have had it filling up faster than normal due to some person or persons putting garbage in the compartments, carpet pads, and on another occasion, fluorescent bulbs too,” she explained.

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News, Pages 13 on 04/13/2011

Print Headline: Residents asked not to dump trash in Gravette's new recycling trailer

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