Towns Recycling Right
Towns Recycling Right: Nothing is better than seeing and celebrating other towns that are already doing things that work well when it comes to recycling. Boosting town "wins" better encourages residents to take action - or increase their positive actions - over time.
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In the month of November 2021, their small, individual acts of recycling for the past several months led to nearly $39,000 in revenue for their town. This is a great example of a town Recycling with Results! But how did they make it happen?
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
Last year, the Town of New London, NH recycled over 180 TONS of glass, which was turned into crushed glass aggregate that the town can use in road projects or as landfill cover.
By recycling all that glass, New London residents conserved the energy equivalent of 4,949 gallons of diesel from being burned!
Residents of the Town of Tilton, New Hampshire should be proud! Together, they recycled OVER 49 TONS (that's over 98,000 pounds!) of scrap metal in 2021! By recycling instead of trashing, they helped conserve enough
The Town of Rollinsford knocked it out of the park when it comes to paper recycling in 2021! Together, they recycled 50 TONS of paper, saving enough energy to charge over 20.5 MILLION cell phones! AMAZING!!
The Town of Monroe, NH should be proud! In 2021, residents came together and recycled over 3,360 pounds of electronics. Through recycling, they conserved enough energy to fire up 80 propane grills for an amazing summer picnic!