Wednesday, April 2, 2014

TerraCycle Thank You #resvt #cesuvt

Excerpt from letter written by Marcia Levison, Manager of the Richmond Food Shelf:
“Dear RES Students, Staff and TerraCycle Volunteers,
We so appreciate the time and effort all of you spend on processing the non-recyclables for the TerraCycle program.  Your efforts have brought in over $490. ! A big thank you for this creative fundraising project…not to mention the importance of keeping this kind of waste out of our landfills."

Marcia Levison, Manager, the Board and Volunteers of the RFS

Encourage your kids to recycle in the cafeteria and in their classrooms at snack time!
See below for the updated list of collectables. Take a minute to look at the list because there have been some changes and please remember only items on the list are accepted.
Items Currently Collected
Juice pouches/straws (Capri Sun type)
Granola bar/energy bar wrappers
Yogurt containers/lids
Dairy tub containers/lids (please rinse)
Cereal bags and cereal bag liners
Cheese bags (including individual string cheese)/ foil cheese packaging
Pumps, caps, triggers, pouches from cleaning products
Toothpaste tubes/lids, toothbrushes, floss packaging, mouthwash bottles/lids
Deodorant packaging
Shampoo/conditioner bottles/tops
Lotion containers/lids (all types including tubes and jars)
Sunscreen tubes/containers with lids
Makeup containers (lipstick, mascara, eye shadow, eyeliner pencils, etc.)
ChapStick type tubes
Soap dispensers
Shaving foam tubes (no cans)
Plastic tape dispensers and cores
Ink jet cartridges
Pens, mechanical pencils, markers (all types)
Elmers glue sticks and bottles
 Please contact Karen Cotrone with any questions or check

Items from home can be dropped off at the Richmond Town Office Building or at RES in the bin located next to the lost and found shelf.

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