Thursday, May 7, 2009
Dunwoody North Recycling Contest
On May 4, to May 16, 2009 some Dunwoody North neighbors who recycle have initiated a contest that will cover Briers North, Stonehenge Drive, Court and Way and Sudbury Rd. with Courts East and West. A packet of information will be hung on each mailbox on those Dunwoody North streets.
Households on those streets that are not already recycling can sign up for DeKalb County curbside recycling before May 16,2009 and be eligible for a drawing of gifts donated by local businesses. There are shopping cards from Kroger, free lawn cuts from Southern Seasons, free gym days at the local Jewish Community Center and gifts from the Medicine Shoppe.
All that new recyclers have to do to be in the drawing is to sign up with DeKalb County curbside recycling by May 16, using the information in their information packet.
Successive contests are planned until all of Dunwoody North has been covered.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why should I recycle? My family only has a few bags of garbage each week.
A: Multiply that by hundreds of thousands of DeKalb residents
Q: Why should I recycle? They just take the “recycled” stuff to the dump.
A: The county contracts with SP Recycling. It’s an entirely separate program from you regular garbage truck pickup. By bringing your metal, plastic, paper and glass to the curb, you can save money and our environment. When you sign up, DeKalb County will bring you a special bin and bags for recycling with a list of acceptable items to recycle. It’s a big list!
Q: Whom can I contact if I have further questions?
A: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-986-7776