Lafayette recyclers have questions; Eco-Cycle and the City of Lafayette have answers. Eco-Cycle and the City of Lafayette Public Works Department have teamed up to reduce the number of valuable recyclables going to the landfill in a new summer campaign called “Lafayette Recycles.” Beginning today, Eco-Cycle staff will knock on 5,500 Lafayette homes in a door-to-door canvass effort to raise awareness about what can and cannot be recycled. Lafayette residents will have the opportunity to ask staffers questions and receive recycling guideline posters for curbside service. Clad in bright green t-shirts with recycling symbols, Eco-Cycle staffers will ask residents to sign a pledge saying they will recycle only the materials listed on the guidelines. Canvassers will give out colorful “Lafayette Recycles” stickers to be placed on recycling bins for those who take the pledge.