SPRINGFIELD, Ore. -- Residents in Springfield may soon be getting a new recycling center.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is taking comments for a proposed bottle deposit center on Olympic Street in Springfield. People can email or mail in their comments to the OLCC until October 26.
- Facility will take overnight drop-offs.
- Residents will be able to deposit up to 350 bottles per day.
- Facility targeted to be build by December.
- Citizens may email or mail comments to OLCC.
- Deadline for comments is October 26, 2017.
Bottle deposit center maybe coming to Springfield
After that, the executive director will review the comments and will approve or deny the new center by November 2.
"It's obviously a really populated area and people have really gotten onboard with this bottle drop concept. It's so much more convenient, it's easier, we have several different options we give people so there's definitely been demand for it," said Cherilyn Bertges, public relations manager.
The center will have people on staff to sort the deposits and residents will be able to deposit up to 350 bottles a day. The facility will also take overnight drops offs.
OLCC hopes to have the center built by December if approved.
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