Golf Manor Recycled 113 Tons of Household Waste in 2018

GOLF MANOR (4/11/2019) – Congratulations, Golf Manor residents! In 2018, we recycled 113.47 tons of metal, glass, plastic, and paper. Residents saved resources, conserved energy, and reduced pollution by not sending these items to the landfill.

Golf Manor’s recycling efforts:

  • Conserved enough energy to power every home in Golf Manor for 6 days.
  • Reduced more air pollution than if every household in Golf Manor rode their bicycle to work for 4 weeks.
  • Saved 982 trees from being harvested.

On average, each household in Golf Manor recycled 195 pounds in 2018. That’s 7.18% of all the waste we generate.

Want to start recycling? Call 800-828-8171 to request your recycling cart today. Check out the list below to make sure you recycle the correct items. We Can Recycle:

  • Bottles and jugs
  • Cans
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Cartons
  • Paper (newspaper, cardboard, mail, and paperboard)

Have a question about recycling? Call Hamilton County’s Recycling Hotline at 946-7766 or visit HamiltonCountyRecycles.org.

Love all things recycling? Follow Hamilton County Recycles on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest.

Because what we do matters.

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