The Twin Falls City Council voted this week to keep the recycling program for citizens. Monday, the council agreed unanimously to continue to collect certain recyclable material, but changed how the program would move forward.
The nearly one-year old recycling program in Twin Falls seems to be a hit if a recent online survey the city conducted is any indication. Over 82 percent of those responding to the online poll indicated they were highly likely to recommend the program.
The success of the recently adopted recycling program by the city of Twin Falls is capturing the attention of other towns. The Jerome City Council is looking into the possibility of starting a recycling program as well.
Twin Falls city officials are happy with the results so far of the new city recycling program. The Times News reports that officials say 100 fewer tons of garbage were sent to the landfill in February compared with the same month last year...