A MESSAGE FROM THE RECYCLING COMMITTEE
Chairperson: Bruce Simon - e-mail: email@example.com
Members: Charles Barone, Frank Hagen, Lois Hagen, Isabel Haggerty, Sandy Stead, Patsy Wooters, Sheila Foster
The Village of Suffern wishes to thank the residents of Suffern for making the Village one of the leading recyclers in Rockland County. We are informing you of different ways to RECYCLE - RE-USE - REDUCE:
PLASTIC BAGS - return to supermarket. Use recyclable shopping bags
PLASTIC CONTAINERS - use for storage
- COSTCO - They have a trade in and Recycle Program - bring computers, LCD monitors, digital cameras, camcorders and game systems.
- ELECTRONIC ARTS - Route 59&Abbey Lane, Tallman. They will take any electronic equipment: TV's, Radios, CD players and cassette players. Teenagers recondition these items and give them to the needy.
- ROCKLAND COUNTY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, Fireman's Training Center, Pomona, NY - Any and all electronic equipment, batteries and household hazardous waste. Weekdays 8AM - 1:00 PM (except holidays) Please call the HHW Hotline 845-364-2444 for more information.
SHARP CONTAINERS ('Sharps' are needles, syringes and lancets used by residents for self medication.) Any resident who uses these items can participate in the program. Call the Rockland County Residential Sharps Collection Task Force at 845-364-2086 for a schedule of drop-off sites and dates.
USED CLOTHING, FURNITURE, TOYS & KITCHEN ITEMS - The Christ Episcopal Church on Washington Ave. Suffern; The Salvation Army on Rt. 59, Suffern; The DARE bins located in different areas around Suffern.
VILLAGE OF SUFFERN STUFF SALE -
BATTERIES - Any kind or size can be brought to the Suffern DPW during working hours. The DPW is located down by the ball fields.
MISCELLANEOUS The Suffern Free Library resells used books; Staples will give $3.00 rewards certificates for used ink cartridges; and the Suffern Lion's Club collects used eyeglasses. They have boxes in several locations around the village - Village Hall, Suffern Free Library, Post Office - and a mail box on the corner of Lafayette Ave. and Chestnut Street with the Lion's Club Logo on it. CALL VILLAGE HALL AT 357-2600 TO REPLACE BROKEN RECYCLING BINS
ALL CARDBOARD BOXES SHOULD BE FLATTENED BEFORE BEING PUT OUT FOR RECYCLING
INTERNET - Go to www.freecycle.com or www.giveaway.com for other ways to...
RECYCLE - RE-USE - REDUCE