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When city officials and business leaders gathered Oct. 11 at the litter-strewn Florida Avenue Market in Northeast to kick off the Solid Waste Education and Enforcement Program (SWEEP), Mayor Barry and others got into the spirit of it, grabbing shovels and heaving trash into a garbage truck. But not everyone was overcome by the cleanup mood: Eagle Maintenance Services President Richard Tynes dropped his empty juice bottle on the ground and kicked it into a nearby sewage duct. Eagle holds the District’s recycling contract.