Wachusett Region Recycling Events – 10/12/13


The West Boylston Boy Scout Troop 151 will hold their redeemable bottle and can drive at the Major Edwards Elementary school, Crescent Street, West Boylston, this Saturday, October 12th, from 10am-1pm. All bottles and cans that are returnable in Massachusetts are accepted. Just drive up, open your trunk or doors, and they will unload your cans/bottles for you.

It’s not too late to join the National Costume Swap Day  this Saturday, October 12th. Check out their website for events going on in your area this weekend.

Wachusett Watershed Regional Recycling Center, 131 Raymond Huntington Highway, West Boylston, will be open on Tuesday mornings, Wednesday afternoons, and Saturday October 19th (8-11am). Personal document shredding will be available on that Saturday. See their website for information about items are recycled for free or for a fee.

The DEA is holding its National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on October 26th from 10am to 2pm. Bring any unwanted prescription drugs to any drop off location. It will be accepted free of charge and anonymously. Disposing of unwanted prescription drugs this way keeps them from entering the waste stream or the water supply. Having them out of your medicine cabinet means they won’t be found and misused by anyone in your house. You can check their website for a collection location near you. Right now, the Holden and Shrewsbury police departments are listed. More locations will be added over time. The event held earlier this year collected 371 tons of medications.

#6 plastics can be recycled by bringing them to ReFoamIt’s next recycling event, which will be held at Grace Church in Framingham (76 Salem End Road) on October 26th from 10am to 3pm. Any foam that has a number 6 and the letters PS on it can be brought for recycling. This event is open to the public. Check out ReFoamit’s site to learn what they accept and for the schedule of future events.

 America Recycles Day is November 15th this year. This day is designed to bring attention to recycling. Last year, over 3.7 millions pounds were recycling during 2000+ events. Check their website to join an event or hold one of your own.


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