Recycling is taken into account an “important service” by the federal government, mentioned Dan Rock, Monroe County’s Recycling and Inexperienced Group Program coordinator.
Although many companies and actions have shut down because of issues concerning the unfold of the coronavirus, there will probably be no adjustments within the April schedule of free countywide recycling drop- offs sponsored by Monroe County Recycling and Inexperienced Group Program and Republic Companies.
Recycling is taken into account an “important service” by the federal government and subsequently wanted to proceed, mentioned Dan Rock, Recycling and Inexperienced Group Program coordinator for the county.
Republic’s vehicles are “allowed to be on roads and we don’t anticipate it (recycling) to cease,” he mentioned.
The recycling trailer will seem first on Wednesday on the Monroe Township Corridor, 4925 E. Dunbar Rd. It is going to cease April 6 on the Kroger retailer off M-50 in Dundee after which April 7 on the Bedford Township Corridor, 8100 Jackman Rd., Temperance. It additionally will go to St. Joseph Catholic Faculty in Erie April 14 and the Dundee Kroger once more April 20. It is going to be stationed on the Bedford corridor each Tuesday in April and each Wednesday on the Monroe Township Corridor.
Guests are reminded to deliver solely supplies accepted for recycling and that plastic baggage shouldn’t be dropped into the bins. Recyclables could be dropped loosely inside and plastic baggage could be dropped off at grocery retailer entrances.
These supplies accepted for recycling embody aluminum, metal and tin cans; clear and coloured glass; plastics labeled Nos. 1-5 or 7; newspapers, slicks, workplace paper and magazines; spam; soft- cowl books; paperboard and milk and juice cartons. Lids and labels could be included.
Recyclables must be clear and dry and dropped in free. Greasy pizza containers, dirty paper, diapers and meals aren’t accepted.
To recycle different supplies, akin to batteries, CFL bulbs, computer systems, laptops, televisions and electronics, contact Rock at 734-240-7909 or e mail Dan_rock@monroemi.org or go to www.greenmonroecounty.com.
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