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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 ...
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 ...
Recently, several of the Primary classes from the El Papalote School were invited to visit the new and improved Parque la Ceiba. It has been almost a year since I have taken the time to visit the park and I was impressed with the changes. A beautiful new entrance has been created to welcome the families and individuals who come to enjoy the ...
Hello Playa friends and family!
There will be a big recycling drive tomorrow, Saturday July 19 at Parque la Ceiba.
The goal is to collect 30 tons of recyclable materials!!
The following items will be accepted at the park from 9:00am - 4:00pm.
Plastics and PET
Tetra Pak (milk, juice cartons)
Paper and ...
Over the past four years, I have seen the concept of recycling evolve from a "silly notion" promoted only by a bunch of "gringos" to a full on Cultural Revolution. Rarely a day goes by that I don't receive an email from someone, Ex-pat or Mexican National, reminding me about a recycling drive or a newly ...
This Friday marks the last day that Papalote will be accepting recyclable materials on campus. For those of you wondering where we should now take our recycling, please read the following information from el Dirección del Medio Ambiente.Who: Everyone
What: Local Recycling Center
When: The 1st ...
Aptly named for the Mayan tree of life, Parque La Ceiba is breathing new life into our community. Inaugurated officially in mid-March yet still a work in progress, Parque La Ceiba is a refreshing oasis in a city that seems bound and determined to cover every square foot of its municipality with luxury condominiums and ...