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Oklahoma Company Starts Annual Unboxing Christmas Campaign

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Last year this campaign collected three million pounds of recyclables with only 150 drop-off facilities. Last year this campaign collected three million pounds of recyclables with only 150 drop-off facilities.
American Waste Control Vice President, Paul Ross. American Waste Control Vice President, Paul Ross.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

If Christmas Day left you covered up in boxes, there's a place that can help.

If you want to recycle some of that trash, you can look for one of 600 American Waste Control drop off locations.

Friday is the company's 4th annual Unboxing Christmas Campaign.

Last year this campaign collected three million pounds of recyclables with only 150 drop-off facilities.

"It's super convenient for Green Country to recycle. They can put all the cardboard, paper, plastic, aluminum, steel cans, in one container. It will come here to Mr. Murph, he's going to sort it out," said American Waste Control Vice President, Paul Ross.

The best part about all this is the revenue American Waste collects from Friday will go to help Soldiers Wish, a group that makes the wishes of veteran's come true.

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