Wednesday, July 24, 2013

City announces series and first Open Houses to Discuss Future Waste Management Solutions

The following news advisory was released from the Mayor's Office.



News Advisory

City to Hold Series of Open Houses to Discuss Future
Waste Management Solutions

CLEVELAND – The City of Cleveland is committed to lowering its overall level of waste output. Recently, a consultant submitted various solutions to reach that goal.

That is why Cleveland is “Talking Trash!” in a series of open houses to be held in July, August and September. The open houses will provide residents an opportunity to see displays on a variety of topics around waste management including recycling techniques; listen to a presentation of proposed waste management solutions; and to provide feedback on the proposed solutions.

The first public meeting will be on and at the following:

WHEN:  Tuesday, July 30, 2013 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

WHERE:  Estabrook Recreation Center 4125 Fulton Rd


Related Information and Resources:

  • CREG CENTER, YouTube Video, Jan 9, 2012
    The Cleveland Recycling and Energy Generation Center (CREG) will increase recycling, reduce the City of Cleveland's carbon footprint, save the City money and generate energy by recapturing materials that would otherwise go to the landfill.

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