RUMORS FLY. IS ASPA'S RECYCLING CREDIT PROGRAM ON ITS WAY OUT?
There were long lines of pick-up trucks and cars close to one mile long, each way, on the sidewalk on both sides of the ASPA entrance, waiting to get into ASPA with their recyclable rubbish Saturday morning.
A line also formed on the side road where NAPA Samoa is located and on grassy areas across from the ASPA power plant. Samoa News saw the line beginning to form Friday afternoon (around 4:30 p.m.) and by 3 a.m. Saturday morning the mile long lines were apparent.
There are rumors that Saturday was the last day of the recycle credit program — where the credits are applied to your power bill — which may have accounted for the long lines.