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Dayton, Ohio participates in America Recycles Day

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America Recycles Day takes place on November 15 each year. Learn how you can recycle in the city of Dayton and why its good for the City, the citizens and our environment!

America Recycles Day takes place on November 15 each year. Learn how you can recycle in the city of Dayton and why its good for the City, the citizens and our environment!

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    • 1. Department of Public Works
    • 2. Plastic Recycling Recycle it!! All plastics numbered 1-7 can be recycled. Lids are OK when left on bottles. Trash it! (Or reuse it!) Plastic bags cannot be recycled. They get caught in the conveyor belts at the recycling facility and can shut the system down. Ask for paper bags at the grocery store. Your local store should take your plastic bags and reuse them.
    • 3. Paper Recycling Recycle it!! Newspaper Office Paper Magazines & catalogs Junk mail & envelopes Telephone books Paperboard (like cereal boxes) Card board Trash it! (Or reuse it!) Tissues Napkins Paper towels
    • 4. Aluminum & Glass Recycling Recycle it!! Aluminum Cans Glass bottles and jars (any color) Trash it! (Or reuse it!) Aluminum foil Pie pan Roasting pan Drinking glasses Mirrors Window glass
    • 5. Tips for Recycling • Please make sure all containers are empty. • We encourage you to rinse food cans and plastic containers. • When recycling metal food cans, please place the lid inside of the can. • No medical syringes. Please place these in a jug with the lid on, and put them in the trash. • Do not place household items (such as toasters or other appliances) in your recycling container. Take those to the Buy-Back center.
    • 6. Why Recycle? • Recycling saves natural resources • Recycling saves energy • Recycling saves landfill space • Recycling creates jobs • Recycling saves the City money
    • 7. For more information about Dayton's recycling program, or to order your single-stream recycling container, please call 937-333-4800 or visit www.recycledayton.org It’s time for an upgrade! Swap out your 22-gallon recycling container for a 32or 96-gallon container! Remember, only 32- and 96gallon containers are eligible for the monthly $100 drawings. 22-gallon container
    • 8. Now that you know the Do’s and Don'ts of recycling, join the rest of America this Friday November 15th for America Recycles Day! Visit americarecyclesday.org to take the pledge and enter to win a park bench made out of recycled plastic. This is the day to order your recycling container if you haven’t already. Get involved, keep Dayton beautiful!
    • 9. Thanks for clicking through! For more info on recycling in the city of Dayton, contact Public Works at 333-4800.

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