MATTHEWS, N.C. — Harris Teeter here, along with Charlotte, N.C.-based Coca-Cola Consolidated, the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, and six Mecklenburg County towns (Matthews, Pineville, Mint Hill, Davidson, Huntersville and Cornelius) yesterday announced a yearlong public/private initiative, Recycle and Win, designed to increase recycling throughout the area. Beginning on Feb. 2, Coca-Cola will send an educational mailer to all 271,000 single-family households in Mecklenburg County ...

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