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As you probably were aware that  due to the pandemic  Simple Recycling had temporarily halted their collection of household textiles where residents leave clothing and other items in pink bags on their curb for  collection.  Unfortunately as a small business Simple Recycling has felt the effects of this ongoing pandemic and will be closing their Connecticut Operations therefore  the Household Pink Bag program will cease to exist in Stamford.

I want to THANK  those of you who have participated in the program and remind you that all clothing, shoes, textiles, etc. can still be recycled at the Katrina Mygatt Recycling Center and at various Public Schools.

Stay Safe.

Dan Colleluori

Director of Recycling & Sanitation.

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“The City has just received notification of the upcoming distribution of the DexYP Fairfield County yellow page telephone  directories.  Although the directories are recyclable we are requesting residents to opt out of phone book delivery. You can opt-out by visiting  www.YellowPagesOptOut.com.  It is a free, convenient and secure way to  stop home delivery of telephone directories and eliminates the need to increase the City recycling  when disposing of old directories.  Thank you.”