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"He was an awesome employee ...
"He was an awesome employee and an awesome friend, not just to me, but to our sanitation department family," department director Cheryl Harrington said.
"We were all excited that he was able to retire and was going to be able to do the things he enjoyed, and some of those things were fishing and spending time with his family."
said that Sanders was remembered in her department as the kind of person "who didn't have bad days."
Cheryl Harrington, director ...
Cheryl Harrington, director of the sanitation department, said: "You have to love Toad Suck Daze.
We get a lot of help from the city's physical plant workers, too," Harrington
The Conway Sanitation ...
The Conway Sanitation Department is doing well, director Cheryl Harrington said, and despite the market for recyclables being "horrible right now along with the rest of the economy," and free volunteer labor from Faulkner County Detention Facility inmates being rather lacking during colder days, recycling efforts continue onwards and upwards.
When communities ask the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
about starting recycling programs, Harrington
said, they're being told to call Conway.
A 10-pound pile of unsavory-looking white stuff on the floor was suspected by some council members to be the proverbial droppings of the often-mentioned but seldom-discussed white elephant in the room.
The mysterious stuff turned out to be the end product of 20 cubic yards of Styrofoam passed through the innards of the department's new Styrofoam densifyer, Harrington
explained, and the department can sell it for 15 cents a pound.
There's even been some talk of switching household bins: Green for recyclables and blue for rubbish, Harrington
"(Cheryl Harrington, director of ...
"(Cheryl Harrington, director of sanitation's) capital is covered," McClanahan said.
have a print-out that says otherwise," Harrington
Doesn't Ms. Harrington
employees to be happy with their positions?
That'd boost productivity I'm sure.
In an effort to encourage more ...
In an effort to encourage more Conway and Faulkner County citizens to dispose of electronic waste at the city's recycling facility, department director Cheryl Harrington told the council, the cost of recycling unwanted televisions, computers, printers, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, washers, dryers, stoves, VCR/DVD players, home stereo equipment and various other small electronic items has been halved or reduced by more than half.
Those requesting an additional green waste cart will now be charged a one-time, non-refundable fee of $50, the council decided.