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KeepSaralandBeautiful

8 September

Next Meeting

Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 12 noon at the Saraland Chamber Offices.

Recycling

RECYCLE COMPUTER EQUIPMENT.

1-A program of United Cerebral Palsy. http://ucpelectronicsrecycling.org/ 2-Ransom Ministries https://www.ransomministries.com/ransomrecycle
Mayor Dr. Howard Rubenstein, Council Chair Joe McDonald, Council Members: Newton Cromer, Wayne Biggs, Natalie Moye and Veronica Hudson
Mobile County Recycling Center Mobile County Recycling Center Why Recycling is Important Why Recycling is Important Recycling in Saraland
Saraland Middle School Green Team by Lindsey Simmons, Teacher View Presentation Here
Alabama Recycling Coalition Alabama Recycling Coalition
Recycling Revolutionary >> click here for video
United Cerebral Palsy Electronic Recycling Plant

United

Cerebral

Palsy

Electronic

Recycling

Plant

is

at

4132

B

Government

Boulevard,

Mobile,

Alabama.

Keep

Saraland

Beautiful

invited

them

to

participate

in

the

Saraland

City

Clean-Up

on

October

16,

2021.

They

collected

11,500

pounds

of

waste

from

Saraland

Residents.

Keep

Saraland

Beautiful

donated

$500

to

the

United

Cerebral

Palsy

Electronic

Recycling

501-c3.

In

the

photo,

L-R

is

Ron

Mitchell

and

John

Vella.

They

look

forward

to

participating

in

the

City

of

Saraland

Fall

Clean-Up in 2022.

© Keep Saraland Beautiful. All Rights Reserved. Website design and hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

KeepSaralandBeautiful

8 September

Next Meeting

Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 12 noon at the Saraland Chamber Offices.

Recycling

RECYCLE COMPUTER EQUIPMENT.

1-A program of United Cerebral Palsy. http://ucpelectronicsrecycling.org/ 2-Ransom Ministries https://www.ransomministries.com/ransomrecycle
Mayor Dr. Howard Rubenstein, Council Chair Joe McDonald, Council Members: Newton Cromer, Wayne Biggs, Natalie Moye and Veronica Hudson
Mobile County Recycling Center Mobile County Recycling Center Why Recycling is Important Why Recycling is Important Recycling in Saraland
Saraland Middle School Green Team by Lindsey Simmons, Teacher View Presentation Here
Alabama Recycling Coalition Alabama Recycling Coalition
Recycling Revolutionary >> click here for video
United Cerebral Palsy Electronic Recycling Plant

United

Cerebral

Palsy

Electronic

Recycling

Plant

is

at

4132

B

Government

Boulevard,

Mobile,

Alabama.

Keep

Saraland

Beautiful

invited

them

to

participate

in

the

Saraland

City

Clean-Up

on

October

16,

2021.

They

collected

11,500

pounds

of

waste

from

Saraland

Residents.

Keep

Saraland

Beautiful

donated

$500

to

the

United

Cerebral

Palsy

Electronic

Recycling

501-c3.

In

the

photo,

L-R

is

Ron

Mitchell

and

John

Vella.

They

look

forward

to

participating

in

the

City

of

Saraland

Fall

Clean-Up

in

2022.