Monday, June 6th, 2016
Have heard nothing and received nothing so far. Maybe I will call again this week…
If I am a resident who actually is concerned and wants to recycle, I can only imagine how quickly this experience would turn someone off from getting a blue cart who is not that concerned.
Friday, June 17th, 2016
I decided to call again, saying this was the third time I had inquired about where my cart is. I was told that the ward superintendent was emailed about the issue on June 9th, but nothing had happened since then. Again they made a note that I had checked in about it, and they said they would try one more time to get in touch with the ward superintendent.
I am not crossing my fingers.
Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
This morning, I was riding my bike back from my workout when lo and behold, there was my blue cart sitting on the curb next to the garbage cans (it is garbage day)! Hallelujah!
It was a miracle! I quickly run upstairs and emptied my recycling bin into my blue cart. What a feeling! Now that this endeavor is finally over, I put some numbers together to make this fancy infographic about my experience.
All in all, this took just too long. The average person is not going to bother with this if that is how long it takes.