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Phone Book Recycling Hot!

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Month
December
Year
1988
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Agenda Publications
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The Ecology CenterRecycle Ann Arbor Drop Off Station wants to thank the thousands of people who recycled phone books and magazines during the month of November. Together we kept tons of material from going to the landfill. You can recycle newspaper, glass, tin, aluminum, used motor oil, car batteries, and corrugated cardboard at the Drop Off station all year. Newspaper should be bundled in paper grocery bags or tied with string; Glass should be sorted by color and have the lids removed. Tin cans must have paper labels removed and be flattened. Cardboard boxes need to be flattened and bundled. Volunteers are needed on Fridays and Saturdays anytime to help unload cars, work on projects, and share information. You can help for one hourorallday. irs outside work and can be cfirty, so dress appropriately. Cali to sign up or come by anytime! It's fun! People can also do deferred sentencing community service at the Station and U-M WorkStudy positions are available. We sell handy recycling crates for $10 and buckets for a $3 donation. These help make recycling easier- no breaking bags or weakened cardboard boxes. Holiday greeting cards are available now through January with a discount to Ecology Center members. The Recycling Drop Off Station is a program of the Ecology Center- a non-profit community environmental organizaron which provides services in waste recycling, energy conservation, education, and advocacy. Recycling Drop Off Station, 2050 S. Industrial, Ann Arbor, Ml. Hours: Friday & Saturday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, 662-8816. Recycling service and education Info: 668-6398.

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