God created us to be co-stewards of the world and everything in it: the land, air, water, creatures - including ourselves. Recycling is just one small way that we can live out this call.
Our recycling center is located in our gathering area. It is accessible anytime if you have a key, or during the pastor's office hours (M & Th: 10am-1pm, W:1pm-4pm, and Sunday: 9am-noon).
Some of what we collect is recycled locally. The bulk of it is shipped to recycling centers around the US in partnership with Terracycle.
#1 & #2 plastics
metals like aluminum cans
paper, including cardboard
(All brands of empty ink cartridges used in standard printers.)
(All brands of used or empty oral care products and packaging.)
Trex Composite Decking is made from recycled plastic film, like grocery bags. These materials can be dropped off at most any grocery store or with us.
(All brands of empty writing instruments, glue sticks, watercolor dispensers, paint sets, and flexible packaging.)
[All brands of blades and razors (systems and disposable units, and replaceable-blade cartridge units), rigid plastic packaging, and flexible plastic bag packaging.]
(Gerber baby food packaging, such as flexible or rigid plastic packaging, shrink labels, plastic containers, plastic lids, flexible plastic pouches, and small and large hook Gerber baby clothing hangers.)
Vitamins, minerals, and supplements packaging: blister packs, tubes, bottles, caps, lids, cans, boxes
Sexual health and well-being packaging: tubes, bottles, caps, lids, wrappers, cans, boxes
Cough, cold, flu, sore throat, and nasal care packaging: blister packs, tubes, bottles, spray bottles, caps, lids
Infant formula and child nutrition packaging: tubs, bottles, caps, lids, cans, boxes
Personal care and foot care packaging: tubes, bottles, caps, lids, plastic packaging
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