Wake Up to Green
Can you answer the following questions?
- What are #1 and #2 plastic bottles? Can they be recycled?
- Where can you recycle computers, printers, batteries, etc?
- Do you know what recycling inspectors from Hudson County are doing in Hoboken?
- Can unused latex paint be put in the regular trash?
- How can you earn $100 just by leaving your car at home?
- Do you know about the “Walk to School program”?
- Does your child’s school have recycling?
If you want to know the answers to these and many other recycling and transportation questions, join the Quality of Life Coalition’s fourth public meeting in the series, “Wake Up to Green”:
When: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Hoboken’s Multiservice Center, 124 Grand St., (entrance at 2nd and Grand Streets)
Speakers will include:
- Mary Ellen Gilpin, the Director of the Hudson County Improvement Authority’s award-winning recycling program, who will present a how-to of recycling according to material types, as well as where to discard everything from paper to computers, printers, batteries, etc.
- Jay DiDomenico, Operations Director, Hudson County Transportation Management Association, who will explain the “Walk to School” Program, as well as commuter options that result in saving money while reducing carbon dioxide.
The Coalition’s “Wake Up to Green” series is designed to introduce Hobokenites to ways to reduce global warming right here at home. Free admission. All are invited.