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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The Town of Swanzey should be proud! Through their consistent recycling and wonderful Transfer Station, 1,300 tons (or 2,600,000 pounds!) of carbon dioxide emissions were avoided. That's like removing 284 cars from the road for a full year!
Residents of Warner, NH should be proud! Last year, as a town, they recycled OVER 6 TONS of aluminum!
Through recycling their aluminum, Warner, NH saved enough energy to power over 10 homes for a full year!
To put it another way, they saved enough energy to power every home
The Town of Jaffrey should be proud of their residents! Last year, as a town, they recycled over 25 TONS of plastic! That diverted nearly 1000 large trash bags from the landfill or incinerator!!
Recycling is a community effort - the more people who recycle,
The Town of Lincoln, NH should be proud! Last year, as a town, they recycled OVER 152 TONS of paper - that's an energy savings equivalent to CHARGING 62,028,680 CELL PHONES!
The town of Thornton and the Thornton, NH Town Office should be proud of their residents! Last year, as a town, they recycled 5.6 TONS of steel cans - that's an energy savings equivalent to swapping out 390 old incandescent bulbs for LEDs!
- Steel cans may be recycled infinitely with no loss of
Bristol is one of 5 communities participating in our Solid Waste Advisory Team (SWAT) program, focused on improving their transfer station in specific, impactful ways. Bonnie and Heather, our Member Services Reps, along with a variety of other local recycling operators and experts, have had the opportunity to visit