America Recycles Day - Saturday, November 10th

Celebrate America Recycles Day on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, located at 2600 Deweese Parkway, in Dayton, Ohio. America Recycles Day is a national awareness campaign to encourage recycling and the purchase of recycled content items.

 

The first 300 people who bring 10 aluminum cans to the museum will receive free admission and a Recycling Rocks T-shirt. (Offer available while supplies last.) All other visitors who bring 10 aluminum cans will receive three dollars off regular admission.

 

Special programs and activities will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon, and will include mascot appearances by Odyssey the Otter, Curby the Cardinal, and Heater of the Dayton Dragons. Additionally, attendees who sign a recycling pledge will be entered into a drawing for prizes made from recycled content material.

 

The Montgomery County Solid Waste District, a division of Montgomery County Department of Environmental Services, is sponsoring the event. For more information, please call (937) 225-4999 or visit www.mcswd.org.

 

About Montgomery County Department of Environmental Services

Montgomery County Department of Environmental Services provides solid waste disposal, recycling, drinking water distribution, and wastewater treatment to the citizens of Montgomery County. The department also offers educational outreach to local schools, communities, and businesses that want to learn more about conservation and sustainability in the Miami Valley region.

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