Portsmouth going green at curbside for no extra green

City officials are working on a plan to bring curbside recycling back to Portsmouth for the first time in almost a decade – and it won’t cost citizens any more than they pay for trash disposal now.

The plan, which likely will be approved by the City Council at its March 26 meeting, would provide households with 95-gallon carts. Paper, plastic, glass, aluminum cans, metal cans and cardboard could be tossed in the bins, which the city would empty twice per month.

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