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Don't forget to bring in your recycling this Friday September 6, 2013. Collections centers are listed on the flier below.
Solidaridad presents the monthly Tire-thon!
Do you have used or unwanted and unsightly tires hanging around your yard? Bring them to this month's Tire-thon for recycling! Collection points are at Plaza 28 de Julio, The Sports complex on Juarez Avenue, and Juarez Avenue at 140 Avenue. For more information please ...
Exchange, Co-exist, Learn, and Have Fun!
This Eco-friendly celebration will bring awareness to both adults and children of the importance of recycling, as well as give the community a chance to share ideas and advocate a healthy environment for years to come!
The event is from 2-5pm and will take place at Caracol Marino on 80th ...
The first Friday of every month, all year round, is a chance for all of us to help maintain our beautiful Solidaridad by contributing to the Recyclathon!
All types of paper, plastics, used printer supplies and electronics, batteries, vegetable oil, glass, and medicines will be collected at various locations throughout Playa del ...
Just a quick reminder to everyone that this Saturday February 16 is the next Kilo Verde recycling opportunity. The kids and I went on our first Kilo Verde "adventure" last month to the installation in the La Guadalupana neighborhood in the north end of Playa. I say adventure as there are no signs on the highway for the turn-off to the ...
Reduce! Reuse! Recycle! - We hear the mantra everyday. We see the ubiquitous symbol for the 3 "R"s everywhere. Our children attend classes and workshops teaching them the importance of recycling and how it benefits our lives and our environment.
In an encouraging development, the current municipal administration has implemented a ...
Please participate in the Recycle-a-thon!! There are 6 drop off points in Playa del Carmen and 2 in Puerto Adventuras! Not recycling is not cool!!
Bring your paper, news paper, magazines, books, cardboard, plastic, glass bottles, used cooking oil, toner cartridges, electronic equipment, household appliances, aluminum ...
it is time to celebrate Earth Day, a special day set-aside for all of us to appreciate
the beauty of the world around us and work toward protecting it for future
generations. The first Earth Day was organized in the United States on April
22, 1970 as a nationwide demonstration, urging ...
Just a friendly reminder that the first Friday of every month, recyclable items will be accepted at the following locations:
The following items will be accepted:
Plastics (PET) - clear plastics, water bottles etc.
Paper - must not have crayon on it or other oily substances
Cardboard - clean with no food oils or ...
Are you ready for the 2nd annual Ak Lu'um Eco-Reto?!
This fun eco-challenge and competition invites local families to design and build a single game or toy that encourages creativity without damaging the environment. Each toy must be made of organic materials, materials from sustainable sources and/or recycled items and will be judged in ...