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Recyclers left high and dry

A lower repayment value for some glass items means they no longer are accepted

By Gary T. Kubota

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 26, 2014

~~<p>Until last month Josh Hancock's Chinatown restaurant, along with two other businesses, routinely filled two 50-gallon barrels with nondeposit wine and liquor bottles for weekly recycling pickup.</p>
<p>Now the bottles get tossed in the trash.</p>
~~

Until last month Josh Hancock's Chinatown restaurant, along with two other businesses, routinely filled two 50-gallon barrels with nondeposit wine and liquor bottles for weekly recycling pickup.

Now the bottles get tossed in the trash. Login for more...



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