SF’s locals making money at Paper Rush Co. recyling center

December 4, 2009 at 2:53 PM Leave a comment


By:Alissa Figueroa” December 3, 2009

The sun rose lazily over the Paper Rush Co. recycling center on the industrial outskirts of the Mission on a Tuesday morning in November.

Before its rays reached the pavement, a procession of men and women with shopping carts piled high with soda cans, beer bottles and newspapers pushed their cargo down Cesar Chavez.  They moved surprisingly fast over the crumbling sidewalks that snake above and under James Lick Freeway and Bayshore Blvd to their destination on Jerrold Avenue. At Paper Rush they would help deliver some of the thousand or so tons of recyclables processed each day in San Francisco.

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