The new phone book’s here! The new phone book’s here! 

You can recycle your phone books anywhere that accepts paper

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How can I recycle the phone books that showed up on my porch?



Since we all already know your number (867-5309, right?), you can recycle your phone books anywhere that accepts paper, including your curbside recycling bin, the yellow and green Paper Retriever bins, the City drop-off containers, RockTenn or another recycling center. There is no phone directory recycling drive this year, so choose the recycling location that is most convenient for you.

If you’d rather not receive phone books at all, you may opt-out.

Piece out,


(NOTE: This edition of Ask Renee appeared in the 11/11/15 issue of NUVO.)

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