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Tuesday Recycling Tip: Did you know that every ton of paper recycled saves 7 trees and 60,000 gallons of water? Make sure your paper is getting recycled and put it in your blue lidded cart!

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The driver shout out for this week goes to Pat S. Gary in Tigard contacted us to thank Pat for going above and beyond to make sure Gary and his neighbors got picked up on Monday 7/13. Thank you Pat for your excellent customer service!
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The driver shout-out for this week goes to Jeff C. Jeff made the day of a 2-year old in Sherwood at the end of June.
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Employee Highlight!
Name: Brandon
Worked for Pride Disposal since: March 2006
Position: Dispatcher and Assistant to the Drivers Supervisor
Brandon spends most of his free time biking, hiking, being involved at his local church, going to the theatre, spending time with friends, and exploring different aspects of Portland.
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The driver shout-out this week goes to Jason. Liz from Tigard wanted to thank Jason for helping get her loose dog back into her back yard. Great job Jason!
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All services will be on regular schedule next week during the Memorial Day holiday, there is no delay in collection. The office and recycling depot will be closed Monday 5/25. We hope you all have a safe and happy weekend!

Tuesday Recycling Tip: If you have shredded paper or small pieces of paper, please contain them within your recycling cart in a paper bag (no plastic bags). This will help keep the material from blowing around your neighborhood when the cart is emptied. 

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Photo Friday! This truck, trailer, and forklift takes care of delivering our temporary containers.
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Recycling Announcement! Effective immediately: due to changes in recycling markets, we are no longer able to accept styrofoam at our recycling depot. This material remains unacceptable in curbside recycling as well, so it will need to go in the garbage if you'd like to dispose of it. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. 
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