Wilton Solid Waste District
The Wilton Solid Waste District is a great example of New Hampshire towns working together to manage their solid waste and recycling. Last year, the towns that make up the Wilton SWD recycled nearly 7 TONS (or 14,000 pounds) of tires! By recycling instead of burning or landfilling, they saved the energy equivalent of burning 2,865 pounds of coal. WOW!!
FUN FACT: Recycled tires can be turned into all sorts of things - from turf and walking paths, to rooftops and gym flooring. You've probably walked on recycled tires recently without even knowing it!
KEEP IT UP, WILTON, TEMPLE, GREENVILLE, AND THE WHOLE WILTON SWD!!
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