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Phone book recycling containers offered

The cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo, along with Clay County Recycling Centers, have teamed up with QwestDex and MinnKota Recycling to provide an easy way to recycle outdated phone books.

The cities of Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo, along with Clay County Recycling Centers, have teamed up with QwestDex and MinnKota Recycling to provide an easy way to recycle outdated phone books.

Containers have been in place since March 19, but a majority of the locations won't be available after Wednesday.

All types of phone books are accepted in the program. Outdated phone books are sent out to be made into new phone books.

For more information, visit the city of Fargo's Web site at www.cityoffargo.com/solidwaste .

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