OCRRA Distributes FREE Recycling Bins and Instructions on July 11:
Syracuse, NY--Be part of the BlueBinit craze! Onondaga County residents can pick up free recycling bins and instructions on Friday, July 11, from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM at the Save-A-Lot on Butternut Street, near the corner of Lodi Street, in Syracuse. Did you know, since 1990 Onondaga County has recycled more than 10 million tons of material? Help bump that number up and get a new Blue Bin.
Recycling specialist Sarah Stewart says, "OCRRA wants to give every resident at least one Blue Bin, if not two. So, whether you're from the neighborhood or just in the area on July 11, please stop by to get a Blue Bin and recycling instructions."
Anyone living in OCRRA's service area is welcome to pick-up a free Blue Bin and recycling instructions at the Save-A-Lot. There will be handy refrigerator magnets as well as recycling instructions in English and Spanish available.
City of Syracuse residents can also get a new Blue Bin by calling 448-2489. Onondaga County residents living outside the city can get a new Blue Bin by visiting their town or village highway garage. For info on where your highway garage is located, visit: www.ocrra.org/recycling_bluebins.asp#bluebin
OCRRA is an independent non-profit public benefit agency responsible for raising its own revenues. OCRRA develops, implements, and oversees sound environmental solutions for solid waste management through recycling and trash disposal. OCRRA's policies and programs are products of a volunteer Board of Directors leading the community through award winning programs.