Thursday, February 28, 2013
Here is the Wall guide to recycling all of your old things, from paper and glass to clothes and toys, plus some things you can do to benefit local schools and charities.
Need to find a new home for old computers, toys your kids have outgrown, or paint you're not going to use? Here is our guide to getting stuff out of your basement and into all the right places—that is, everywhere but the landfill. Find out how to recycle everything from cereal box tops to soda tabs in Wall. Clothing: Cleaning out your closet gives you the opportunity to help others in need or maybe even make some extra cash. Here are a list of places to donate, sell and recycle unwanted items from your wardrobe. One of the two Recycling Centers in Wall will provides nearby locations for nearly all your recycling needs, including clothing. In South Wall, try the Recycling Center off Tiltons Corner Road or White Boulevard, behind South Wall…
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Those who would normally have had recycling pickup on Monday should put out their cans today
The Memorial Day holiday nixed regular recycling pickup for some residents on Monday. If you're one of them, you do not have to wait until your next scheduled pickup. But hurry and get those cans out to the curb, because your recycling is scheduled to be picked up today. Recycling for everyone else remains on the same schedule. The zones and days for pickup are attached to this story.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Take your recycling out Tuesday
If you're in the orange zone, don't forget to take out your single stream recycling containers Tuesday. It is the second pickup this month for the orange zone, which includes the neighborhoods west of Route 35 to New Bedford Road on either side of Route 138, as well as some portions of 18th Avenue. Please see the attached Single Stream Recycling zone map to determine if you're in the orange zone.
Friday, May 27, 2011
Newberry, champion of single stream recycling, gives a talk on the new program
Committeeman George Newberry came to talk trash Thursday. And with the aid of his own garbage can, he did. Newberry, a champion of the town's single stream recycling effort, gave an hour-long talk on the new recycling program at town hall Thursday. The meeting, called by the Environmental Advisory Committee, was attended by about 35 residents. The single stream program, which begins in about two weeks, will allow residents to place paper, including newspaper, office paper, junk mail, envelopes, magazines and flat cardboard into the same bin as glass bottles and jars, metal food and beverage containers and plastic bottles, including shampoo and detergent bottles. "This is very easy to do,'' Newberry said at the top of his talk. "You can't …