TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE
The Costs and Benefits of Recycling
goes into our bins; who sorts it and how; at
what costs; in what form does it return; is it
worth the effort?
Is the City's plan for recycling Big Brother or a Big Help?
Agenda:Alexandria will examine this controversy in the October program. Experts will discuss what is recycled and to what markets, with what costs and with what results.
The end products may surprise you. The City proposed to imbed chips in the new recycling bins to find out where more emphasis should be put on neighborhood recycling. That provoked a lively debate.
Come out on October 25 to hear all the details and perhaps win one of our many, many unusual door prizes from recycled materials.
Alexandria Residential Recycling Coordinator
Area Recycling Operations Director for WM Recycle America
John M. Snarr
Principal Planner and Technical Manager
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
Russ Bailey and Bill Clayton
|Door prizes made from recycled materials will include:|
All programs are held at:
Reception at 6:30 p.m. (Cash Bar)
Buffet Dinner ($25 members with reservations/$30 non-members or
members without reservations) at 6:45 p.m.
Dessert and beverage only is $10 for members/$15 nonmembers
Program only (free to members/$5 non-members) 7:15 p.m.
Presentations are followed by a question and answer session based on written questions from the audience.
Programs end promptly at 9 P.M.
Dinner reservations required.
Each month Comcast
Communications broadcasts AGENDA:ALEXANDRIA
programs at least twice on Channel 69.
A copy of programs is on file at the
Charles Beatley Library.
For information or
reservations, contact Executive Director Sherry