Hundreds of people came by the city of Norcross for the Neighborhood Clean-up and Recycling Day last weekend.
Hundreds of people came by Norcross for the Neighborhood Clean-up and Recycling Day on Saturday. Four different stations were set up around the city with 25 volunteers in tow to help unload anything and everything from TVs to bicycles to mattresses. "We've had as many as 33 different counties and cities show up to our events," city of Norcross Code Enforcement Supervisor Philomena Robertson said of the biannual clean-up day. New this year was Sustainable Norcross' ReCycle Bicycle Collection, which aimed to give bikes to Summerour Middle School students for Safe Routes to School. Fifty-five bikes, in addition to bicycle accessories, were donated to the organization, said Sustainable founder Connie Weathers. Volunteer Denis Rowe said only a …
Get ready to shred, dump and donate those unwanted materials for the city's Neighborhood Clean-up and Recycling Day.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Get ready to shred, dump and donate those unwanted materials in your home: Neighborhood Clean-up and Recycling Day is hitting Norcross this Saturday, April 7. Recycling day, which occurs twice a year, will start as early as 8 a.m. at various locations around town with volunteers in tow. This time around the event includes a whole laundry list of items, so there's no excuse why you shouldn't get rid of junk lying around the house. Here are some of the major ones, but check out the city's code enforcement page for specifics on what will/won't be accepted: For more information on Neighborhood Clean-up and Recycling Day, visit the city's code enforcement page. Contact email@example.com for more information and volunteer …