For the past two years, Adams County Pet Rescue has run a small aluminum can recycling operation to support their animal shelter. Shelter volunteer Donna Roper said the program has been quite successful and has raised close to $1,500 in the time they've operated it. Roper said people should bring their aluminum cans to the NAPA shop on First Avenue and simply toss the cans over the fence. The only requirements are the cans cannot have any paper labels on them whatsoever and they also can't collect your used aluminum foil. Roper said it would also be a big help to them if recyclers crush their cans before bringing them by. Roper would like to thank those who recycle their cans with their operation for helping to keep the community clean and supporting their rescued animals.