EAS+Y Earth Action Month: Hard-to-Recycle Day + Zero Waste Refill Pop-up Store

Posted by on Feb 25, 2019 in BLOG, Events | No Comments

We are excited to host another Hard-to-Recycle Event for the community as part of EAS+Y Earth Action Month. We will be accepting the following hard-to-recycle items on Saturday, April 27th, from 9-4pm at the Evergreen Lutheran Church in South Evergreen. We will also be hosting Evergreen’s first Zero Waste Refill Pop-up Store, where you can bring your own container to fill up with fragrance-free laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, dish soap, and general household cleaner for a fee. Please click here to volunteer. Please click here to RSVP on Facebook.

  1. Large pieces of styrofoam (no peanuts please)
  2. Baby food pouches (emptied)
  3. Used or unused candle wax (no glass)
  4. Used beauty products (emptied and rinsed): Shampoo bottles and caps; Conditioner bottles and caps; Hair gel tubes and caps; Hair spray bottles and triggers; Hair paste plastic jars and caps; Lip balm tubes; Face soap dispensers and tubes; Lotion bottles, tubes, dispensers, and jars; Shaving foam tubes (no cans); Lip gloss tubes; Mascara tubes; Eye liner pencils and cases; Eye Shadow tubes; Concealer tubes and sticks
  5. Nail polish and nail polish remover
  6. Mascara wands (separated from tubes)
  7. CDs & DVDS (no jewel cases please; CDs & DVDs can be whole or broken)
  8. Used markers
  9. Wine corks (cork only, no plastic)
  10. Eye Glasses
  11. Plastic Bags, Plastic Film, & Plastic Packaging Envelopes (Sticker removed – full plastic ones only – all plastic film, bags, and packaging must be clean)
  12. Printer ink & toner cartridges (intact, not broken/leaking)

Please also save the date for the biggest hard-to-recycle event in Evergreen, the 11th Annual Mereth Meade Recycle Day on September 21st, 2019, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Evergreen. You can also check our Hard-to-Recycle Guide online for how to recycle other items not listed.

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