Several Colorado waste companies are offering to recycle political campaign signs for free.
People wishing to recycle their signs can do so in Denver, Douglas and Jefferson counties and several other communities.
According to the Denver Post, Colorado's status as a hotbed of politics has community leaders concerned about all of the campaign signs that are left over following Tuesday's election.
Some of the plastic signs and metal posts will be ground into chips and the paper signs will join other waste that finds its way back into production lines.
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