Letter: Please order the smaller trash carts for Bristol

Posted 11/21/19

We fully support using smaller trash carts in Bristol, as described by Judy Anderson’s letter in the Bristol Phoenix on Nov. 14. Currently we never fill our 35-gallon trash can, nor have we …

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Letter: Please order the smaller trash carts for Bristol

Posted

We fully support using smaller trash carts in Bristol, as described by Judy Anderson’s letter in the Bristol Phoenix on Nov. 14. Currently we never fill our 35-gallon trash can, nor have we ever filled it in nearly 20 years.

Additionally, we fill one blue bin for recycling weekly.

We only need, at most, two 35-gallon trash carts. Otherwise we will have to rearrange all stored items in our garage or store the carts outside. For us, 95-gallon trash carts are simply not necessary.

Please consider allowing residents to choose smaller carts.

John (Jack) and Sylvia Reinholt
Bristol

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