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How much of the newsprint I take to the recycling center is actually recycled?

Ken Little
StarNews

All of it is recycled, said John Hubbard, director of the New Hanover County Department of Environmental Management.

Newspapers are accepted at all New Hanover County recycling centers.

For information about where to dispose of different kinds of waste material in New Hanover County, click here.

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Is there any public recycling facility that takes motor oil?

Are there any upcoming electronics/TV disposal events in Wilmington/New Hanover County?

Does the city offer larger bins for those who have more recyclables than garbage?

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Robert Richardson

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