Centre County Recycles!
2014 Centre County Green Business Partners Announced
The Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority, along with the Centre Region Council of Governments and the Borough of State College recently held an awards luncheon to honor 60 of our area’s best green businesses, schools and organizations. Close to 100 area business owners, teachers, school administrators and employees attended the awards luncheon held in coordination with America Recycles Day on Thursday, November 13, to receive recognition for their efforts both in recycling and sustainability. We would like to congratulate all of our honorees. A complete list of our 2014 Green Business Partners can be found here.
Bag/Tie Your Paper Curbside
All paper recycled curbside must be either bagged or tied or it will not be collected. Loose paper can blow out of recycling bins and recycling trucks causing litter in our yards and streets. Bagging paper keeps it dry and helps improve the efficiency of our recycling collection.
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It is against the law to dispose of certain electronic devices. The Recycling & Refuse Authority has a permanent collection site for recycling electronics. Just stop by our facility and drop your old electronics off for free. Check out our Electronics Recycling Guide for details on the program.
Recycle those Plastics
We’ve added Miscellaneous Plastics to our recycling program. You now have four locations to bring items such as yogurt containers, sour cream containers, clam shell containers, butter and margarine containers, etc. This is not a curbside program. All of the program details can be viewed in our Plastics Flyer.
Holiday Collection Schedules/Changes
Curbside refuse and recycling collection may be affected by the holidays. If you are uncertain when to put out your refuse or recycling during the holidays, please see the calendar on our current newsletter or contact your local municipality.
We also write a monthly Recycling Column for the Centre Daily Times. Click here to read the latest.