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February 12, 2012 12:00 AM

Where to recycle phone books

Telephone book recycling is back. As the new 2012 phone books are being delivered, Keep the Midlands Beautiful encourages Midlands residents to bring last year’s phone books to any of the 23 Midlands-area drop-off sites listed between Wednesday and March 31. Sites are open 24 hours unless otherwise noted.

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