Recycling event offered as means of charitable giving
Anyone wanting to clean out their own homes and help others fill theirs is being invited to an annual community recycling event hosted by Sen. Christine Radongo (R-Lemont) and Rep. Jim Durkin (R-Western Springs) on May 6.
“It is important that we keep our neighborhoods clean and environmentally friendly,” Radogno said. “Rep. Durkin and I host our annual community recycle event to raise awareness about the importance of recycling. We look forward to another great turnout this year and hope to recycle hundreds of items.”
The Keeling Family Foundation collects computers, monitors, printers, building materials, cell phones, medical equipment, eye glasses, holiday lights, books and miscellaneous other items to donate to needy family.
“The month of May brings warm temperatures and spring cleaning,” Durkin said. “As you clean your homes, basements and garages, purging items you no longer use or need, please consider donating them at our upcoming recycling event. Rather than toss these items into the trash, bring them by for others to reuse or repurpose. Our event makes it easy to recycle while helping others.”
The free recycling event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at Burr Ridge Middle School.
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