(Allegan, MI)— Allegan County Health Department is promoting a new cardboard and paper recycling opportunity offered by Broken Arrow Recycling in partnership with Pratt Industries, Inc. This 3-month pilot program begins September 1, 2020 with the opportunity to continue based upon participation. The service is free to both businesses and residents in Allegan County, and the quantity that can be recycled is unlimited. Recycling cardboard and paper saves trees, reduces CO2 emissions, saves water and preserves landfill capacity.
Any resident or business can take part by bringing the items listed below to Broken Arrow Recycling, located at 1100 Lincoln Rd., Allegan. Hours of Operation are Tuesday and Thursday from 9am to 4:30pm and Saturday from 9am to 1pm.
Cardboard and Paperboard
• Cardboard boxes (must be flattened)
• Cereal boxes
• Other paperboard
• Magazines and catalogs
• Soft cover books
• Envelopes and junk mail
• Office paper
• Flyers, postcards, etc.
For questions about this collection project, contact Broken Arrow Recycling at 269-673-2062. For information about recycling opportunities in Allegan County, please contact Rosemary Graham at email@example.com.