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Recycling Association to Have Kick-Off Meeting

More than half of the garbage in St. Thomas landfills is recyclable. Join a grassroots effort to promote recycling on St. Thomas. A meeting to launch the St. Thomas Recycling Association will be held from 6-7:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 6, at the Charlotte Amalie High School cafeteria, Sugar Estate.
The discussion will include: creating a St. Thomas recycling association; why we need territory-wide recycling associations; how to organize a recycling association blue print from the St. Croix Recycling Association; and what we can recycle now and where.
For more information, contact Benita Martin-Samuel at 344-9118 or benita_mar@yahoo.com or the V.I. RC&D office at 692-9632, ext. 5, or vircd@usvircd.org. Everyone is welcome.

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More than half of the garbage in St. Thomas landfills is recyclable. Join a grassroots effort to promote recycling on St. Thomas. A meeting to launch the St. Thomas Recycling Association will be held from 6-7:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 6, at the Charlotte Amalie High School cafeteria, Sugar Estate.
The discussion will include: creating a St. Thomas recycling association; why we need territory-wide recycling associations; how to organize a recycling association blue print from the St. Croix Recycling Association; and what we can recycle now and where.
For more information, contact Benita Martin-Samuel at 344-9118 or benita_mar@yahoo.com or the V.I. RC&D office at 692-9632, ext. 5, or vircd@usvircd.org. Everyone is welcome.