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Fairfax County’s Recycling Roadshow: October 25

ar_logo+1Don’t miss the 7th Annual Recycling Roadshow!  It’s hosted by Fairfax County Solid Waste Management Program, the Students Against Global Abuse from Herndon High School, and the Town of Herndon this October 25. This recycling event is in honor of America Recycles Day. The goal of America Recycles Day is to build consumer demand for recycled products and to educate all Americans about the environmental and economic benefits of recycling. We want to make consumers aware of the importance of “buying recycled.”

This year they’re accepting pretty much everything!  Read below for a complete list.

  • bicycles ($10 donation requested to cover shipping fees)
  • cell phones
  • clothing
  • compact fluorescent bulbs
  • computers and peripherals
  • eyeglasses
  • gently worn shoes
  • clean/working microwaves
  • rechargeable batteries (no automobile batteries)
  • clean bed linens and towels
  • personal documents for secure shredding (5 medium-sized boxes max per household)
  • televisions
  • window a/c units
  • working sewing machines

Where:  Herndon High School
700 Bennett Street, Herndon, VA 20170

When:  October 25, 2008

Time:  10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Sponsored by the following organizations:
Fairfax County Solid Waste Management Program
Covanta Energy, Inc.
Fairfax County Public Schools
HHS Students Against Global Abuse
Town of Herndon
Bikes for the World
Art for Humanity
Safeguard Shredding
OAR of Fairfax


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