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Published: 5/4/2013 - Updated: 11 months ago


Recycling Day at the Perrysburg Twp. headquarters brings out the green in residents

Recycling day was this morning, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Perrysburg Township offices. Residents of Perrysburg, Perrysburg Township, Rossford and Middleton Township were able to drop off recycling ranging from electronics to hazardous waste to sensitive documents for shredding. Last year more than 500 people turned out to drop off their recycling.

Cars line up for drop off during the recycling day. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Cars line up for drop off during the recycling day.
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Allan Rarra, right, hoists up a box of electronics. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Allan Rarra, right, hoists up a box of electronics.
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AccuShred employees Juan Bahena, left, and Melvin Harris Jr., right, dump documents into a bin before shredding them for a local resident. Enlarge | Buy This Photo AccuShred employees Juan Bahena, left, and Melvin Harris Jr., right, dump documents into a bin before shredding them for a ...
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Phyllis Charles, of Middleton Township, left, talks Wood County Solid Waste District environmental educator Amanda Gamby, right. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Phyllis Charles, of Middleton Township, left, talks Wood County Solid Waste District environmental educator Amanda Gamby, right....
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Wood County Solid Waste District environmental educator Amanda Gamby, right, talks with a local resident while writing her a receipt during the recycling drop off day. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Wood County Solid Waste District environmental educator Amanda Gamby, right, talks with a local resident while writing her a receipt ...
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AccuShred employee Juan Bahena watches as a bin of documents is loaded into the company's mobil shredder. Enlarge | Buy This Photo AccuShred employee Juan Bahena watches as a bin of documents is loaded into the company's mobil shredder.
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Barry Deutsch, of Perrysburg, right, waits in his car for his turn to deposit his recycling. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Barry Deutsch, of Perrysburg, right, waits in his car for his turn to deposit his recycling.
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