July 26, 2014

Recycling Partnership: Old Newspapers Provided by San Francisco Public Library Will Line Puppy Cages

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From the San Francisco Chronicle:

San Francisco Animal Care & Control has been relying on public contributions and occasional Chronicle donations of old newspapers to line animal cages and catch waste from puppies who don’t know how to take their business outside yet. But Thursday, an animal control van parked at the San Francisco Public Library was loaded with two 32-gallon recycling bins full of old newspapers from the library as part of a new program to ensure that the shelter has a consistent stream of paper.

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The library had been recycling all of the roughly 2,000 newspapers it went through every month, said Stephen Lee, a library technician.

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