Interactive Recycling Museum Opens in Delaware

DSWA_EnviBldgThe Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA) recently held its grand opening for a new interactive solid waste and recycling education center and museum. The Environmental Education Building, which is available to school and community groups by appointment, will offer visitors a chance to explore all of the solid waste management and recycling options offered by DSWA. Visitors will see how items being left for curbside pick-up get turned into new products. Call2Recycle®, ...

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The Solid Waste Institute of NE Oklahoma – Preserving the Environment through Rechargeable Battery Recycling

SolidWasteInstit_OK_logoThe Solid Waste Institute of NE Oklahoma is continuing their sustainability efforts and support for the environment by responsibly recycling rechargeable batteries and cellphones through the Call2Recycle® program. Our program is no-hassle, on-site and no cost. We provide you the collection and educational materials, as well as cover all the shipping with a pre-paid shipping label. We follow the strictest standards in safety and compliance, including being the first program of its ...

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King County Solid Waste Division

In 1990, prompted by citizen demand, Washington State directed local governments to create plans to manage hazardous wastes produced by households and, in small quantities, by businesses and other organizations. In 1991, local governments and agencies established a partnership as the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County to manage these wastes regionally.

The program brings together resources from four government agencies and 37 suburban cities to help citizens, businesses, non-profit organizations and government agencies reduce the threat posed by ...

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Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority Awarded 2002 Community Recycling Leadership Award

The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation recognizes community recycling program for its exemplary efforts to recycle rechargeable batteries

ATLANTA, November 7, 2002 – The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a non-profit organization dedicated to recycling rechargeable batteries, today presented Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority with the second annual RBRC Community Recycling Leadership Award at the Authority’s Annual Public Officials Meeting.

The RBRC Community Recycling Leadership Award recognizes RBRC community program participants for their outstanding efforts in rechargeable battery recycling.

“Educating and ...

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