SWACO’s monthly webinar series: From Waste to Resources, is geared towards helping answer your waste related questions.
Recycling Yard Waste & Eco-Friendly Tips to Make Your Yard Greener With Spring right around the corner, many of us are looking forward to getting outdoors landscaping and cleaning up our yard. Yard waste is a valuable resource that can add nutrients back into the soil as mulch and composting material. Most Franklin County communities provide curbside collection of yard waste to their residents making it easy and convenient to divert the material from the local landfill, thereby returning the nutrients to the earth. Join SWACO and Conservation Specialist from Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District to learn more about best practices for yard waste disposal, yard waste drop off locations and sustainable tips for maintaining your yard all year round. Register here to join us on March 24 at 12 pm March 17 at 12 noon or 6 pm – Recycling Right is Easy and Convenient
While it’s important for you to recycle, it’s also important to Recycle Right. By taking just a few minutes to recycle the right way, you help reduce pollution, contribute to cleaner water, conserve limited natural resources, support our economy and reduce central Ohio’s reliance on landfills. SWACO is here to help you recycle right, answer common recycling questions and provide the necessary tools and resources you need to make recycling right convenient for your household. Sign up for a recycling webinar. Choose one of the following times:Register here to join us on March 17 at NoonRegister here to join us on March 17 at 6 pm Can’t make either of these sessions? No worries. SWACO will be offering recycling webinars once a month throughout the year. These FREE webinars will cover best practices for recycling and provide the opportunity to ask your recycling questions.
Election Sign Recycling Event November 7 – 8 a.m. to Noon Bill McDonald Athletic Complex, 4990 Olentangy River Road
Election season is in full swing, as evidenced by the number of political ads on TV and political signs in yards. Whether you’re showing your support for or opposition to a candidate, levy or bond issue, please remember that when Election Day is over, there’s a better way to discard of election signs than throwing them in the trash.
This year, SWACO will again host a yard sign collection event on November 7, the Saturday after Election Day. We will accept all types of yard signs, including those made of paper, cardboard, plastic and corrugated plastic, as well as the metal frames that hold them up.