Pulaski County Recycling Center Receives Bids on Mowers

High grass is soon to be a thing of the past for the Pulaski County Recycling Center. The County Commissioners will be reviewing two bids for zero-turn radius mowers, one from Gilsinger’s and one from Bill’s Circle Mowers in Francesville. The Commissioners will decide which mower is best for the center, and a decision is expected to be made before their next meeting.

In addition, the recycling center has received three bids from local contractors for pouring concrete inside one of the sheds on the property. The shed is used to store some of the commodities but requires a concrete floor to meet standards. Also, an outside concrete pad will be laid, allowing the center to store plastics and paper temporarily outside.

The recycling center had a very successful June, and reported a record number of sales and collections.