Recycling is the law in Philadelphia. The city has a great website that talks about the how and why of recycling in Philadelphia: http://recyclingpays.phila.gov. Check it out!
The city picks up recycling curbside every other week. Here’s how to find out when to put your recycling out:
3) On recycling day, put your recycling (glass, cans aluminum and paper) outside, next to your trash, for pick up.
At this point the city does not pick up plastics curbside. There are several groups around the city which have organized bi-weekly drop off locations for plastics, as well as other household recyclables. See http://www.phila.gov/streets/recyling_partnership.html for more information about drop off locations.
A recent study by city officials showed that increasing recycling rates in Philadelphia could save the city’s taxpayers more than $17 million.
The next set of training dates for individuals interested in Town Watch are Thursday, 9/28; Thursday 10/5 and Thursday, 10/12.
Police Station at 11th & Wharton
Courtroom 1st Level
Art Potts is going to be conducting the training. You need to attend all three sessions to be certified. The sessions are educational and quite informative.
Also, if you have fellow neighbors/friends interested in helping out the community, bring them along. The more the better!!
All those who can make the training, please contact Robert Rivett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience as we get rolling.
The next Clean/Green meeting will be Monday, Sept. 25, at 7 pm at the home of one of the members. (Please contact us at email@example.com for the location). We’ll recap the 9/11 general meeting, elect committe co-chairs and develop our mission statement, and continue planning for the Oct 21 Street Clean-up and a Spring 2006 Tree Planting. We look forward to seeing you there!
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