The Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation outlines recycling tips as Easter Sunday approaches.
Thursday, March 28
As Rhode Islanders make plans to celebrate the Easter holiday, the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation is reminding residents that many of the prized, colorful favors that go hand-in-hand with the holiday are not recyclable. In an effort to streamline operations at RIRRC’s Materials Recycling Facility, the agency has outlined a handful of helpful recycling tips. “In the days surrounding the Easter holiday, our Materials Recycling Facility receives an influx of materials that simply cannot be recycled,” said Sarah Kite, Director of Recycling Services for RIRRC. “From Easter baskets to artificial grass and candy wrappers, many residents are unaware that these materials cannot be recycled. We ask Rhode Islanders to keep the …
From Christmas wrapping paper to cardboard gift boxes, here are tips for recycling those items correctly after the holiday.
It’s that time of year again — a time of festive cheer, celebration and overall jubilee — and, after the fact, piles of trash that can also be recycled. Bristol Town Hall posted a reminder online that trash and recycling collection will be delayed one day for the Christmas holiday. The Warren transfer station is open today. As Rhode Islanders celebrate the holiday season, the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation (RIRRC) is urging residents to recycle right this season, by following the “Do’s and Don’ts” of holiday recycling. “Americans consume more during the holiday season than any other time of the year,” said Sarah Kite, Director of Recycling Services for RIRRC. “From gift packaging to wrapping paper to trees and wreaths, it’s …