Recycling just got a lot easier for some Dublin residents.
A new program is reaching out to the people of Dublin to make the process hassle-free.
"It's so exciting that our Keep Dublin-Laurens Beautiful got this project," says Brenda Lausch.
She's one of the 5,000 home owners in Dublin that will be able to separate trash from recyclables.
It's so easy that she says everyone who gets one of these recycling cans should take advantage of the curbside program.
But Michael Snipes says setting up the program wasn't as simple.
"Absolutely a long process. We've been working on getting this program implemented since 2007," said Snipes.
He says until two years ago the city had no recycling options.
"Right now, we've got six convenient centers around the city of Dublin and throughout Laurens County, but the citizens of the county and the city have to take those materials out to the collection centers," said Snipes.
So instead of the hassle, it's as easy as wheeling the can to your corner.
"I'm just rolling this to the curb because it's Friday and it's all filled up for two weeks of everything that can be recycled and used again," said Lausch.
Snipes says just about any cans, bottles and paper products can be recycled.
"I hope this makes it convenient for them and I hope it makes it easier for them to do what they consider to be the right thing," he said.
So for people like Lausch, bringing the blue can to the curb will be a bi-weekly event.
"Very easy! And I'm not strong," she said.
The recyclables will be collected every other Friday starting September 3.
Snipes says he's hoping the everyone who receives a recycling bin will use it.
He says they're goal is to cut down on landfills for a cleaner environment.