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Los Alamos County is promoting Monday’s America Recycles Day in an effort to entice more residents to embrace recycling as a lifestyle.
“I will give a presentation to 3rd grade students at Mountain Elementary School on Monday and will also set up displays at the Mesa Public Library and at the Reel Deal Theater with handouts showing residents how to recycle,” Environmental Services Specialist Tom Nagawiecki said.
While Monday is America Recycles Day, the entire month of November is Recycling Awareness Month in New Mexico, he said.
“Recycling is an important way to reduce the amount of waste going to the landfill and a good way to save the energy used in the production of new products,” Nagawiecki said. “It’s an easy way for residents to have a large impact on creating a more sustainable Los Alamos County.”
The Environmental Services Division provides solid waste and recycling services to Los Alamos County residents, and coordinates the newly formed Environmental Sustainability Initiative. The Eco Station consists of the solid waste transfer station and is located at the old Landfill on East Jemez Road.
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