Enterprise officials learned they'll receive free money when it comes to their recycling program.
A Bobcat heavy construction vehicle is currently on loan to Enterprise.
In coming weeks, the city will have its own Bobcat at no expense to the taxpayer.
A state grant will cover the cost, and will increase efficiency of curbside recycling.
Enterprise takes in newspapers, plastics, aluminum, cardboards almost everything except glass.
Public Works Director Jimmy Kilgore says, “New equipment will help with better efficiency and will allow us to not use equipment out of character, and I want to thank the residents of enterprise in their efforts to recycle."
City officials say their re-cycling program almost breaks-even. It saves the city thousands of dollars in landfill costs.
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