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Recycling

Recycling not only conserves natural resources and reduces the amount of waste that must be burned or buries -- it also reduces pollution and the demand for energy. The City School District of Albany participates in three large-scale recycling efforts, two of which bring dollars back into the district.

 

Office paper, newspaper, magazines and non-corrugated cardboard are sold to a local recycling center. Each building receives a check for the recycled items sold.

 

Discarded metal items are also sold to a local recycling center. The district is paid by weight of the metal.

 

The district also contracts with Waste Management to recycle corrugated cardboard, glass, metal and plastic. These items are gathered in a single container for "single-stream" recycling. Waste Management picks this container separately from the trash and delivers it to recycle center for separation and to be recycled. The district's goal is to maximize single-stream recycling through training and awareness.

 

Waste Management also offers classroom education programs. Click the highlighted text for more information, or contact Anthony Reinl at Waste Management at 533-3326.

 

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