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Introduction to Recycling NEW
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Class Description: 
Monday, April 9
6 to 7:30 p.m.
 
It’s often hard to figure out what can be recycled and what has to be thrown away, and even harder to explain it to skeptical friends and family. Are bottle caps okay? What about plastic bags? Does it even get recycled anyway? Who better to answer these questions than the service that actually separates and processes recyclables? In this class, you will talk with a regional recycler and learn firsthand what actually can be recycled, where St. Louis recyclables go, and what has to be tossed to the landfill. We'll discuss the importance of recycling, the value of products, the process it takes for things to get sorted and recycled, and tips and tricks for you to get friends and family members to embrace recycling in their lives. Leave class feeling knowledgeable and empowered to become a community recycling ambassador. Designed for adults only.
 
Registration ends April 8 at 5 p.m.
 
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Become an expert on what can be recycled, and help decrease landfill waste in your home, office, and community.
 
Instructor
Simon Warren and Stephen Herring
 
Class Price
$8 members; $10 nonmembers
 

Class Dates: 

 
  Class- Commerce Bank Center for Science Education, Room 126
 Monday, 04/09/18 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM CBEC #126 Sumac Room
 
 

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