Hunched at the beginning of the conveyor belt, Shelby Salmon ripped open blue bags and dumped the contents. Occasionally grabbing a broom to sweep in stray debris, he mostly relied on his gloved hands to feed recyclables onto the belt and up to the sorting area 15 feet above him.
City hopes to cut out a bit of dirty work
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