Open House to Celebrate America Recycles Day

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Who:    City of Flint, Republic Services, Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission and Keep Genesee County Beautiful
What:   Open House to celebrate America Recycles Day
When:   Wednesday, November 15, 2017,  10AM – 2PM
Where: 
Parking lot behind Flint City Hall (off of 7th Street)

We will be supporting the City of Flint recycling initiative at the NEW Community Drop-off Recycling site and cider and donuts will be provided free of charge! Residents will be able to learn about the new drop-off recycling site, sign up for curbside recycling and discuss waste services provided to Flint residents. Please take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about recycling.

America Recycles Day has been a national holiday since 1997, and with the support of Keep America Beautiful, our local recycling partners ask that residents come and “Take the Pledge”. By pledging to recycle even one item, you can make a change to create a better future. By learning, acting on what you learn, and educating others, we challenge you to “Take the Pledge”.

For more information, contact Heather Griffin with the City of Flint at [email protected] or (810) 410-1134. You can also contact any of the following agencies:
Genesee County Recycling Hotline: (810) 762-7744
Keep Genesee County Beautiful: (810) 767-9696
Republic Services: (800) 438-0966

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Kristin Moore

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Kristin Moore is the Public Information/Communications Director for the City of Flint. She spent years working as a TV news reporter and anchor in and outside of Michigan. A Flint native, Kristin is excited to now be part of the team working to move Flint forward!
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