There are a number of items that can be recycled this holiday season: Wrapping paper Greeting cards Gift tags and boxes Glass – wine, beer and champagne bottles Soda cans and bottles Beer cans Department store sales flyers and merchandise catalogs Paper grocery and shopping bags 2014 telephone books and calendars In addition to recycling holiday … More Let’s Make it a Green Holiday!
Whether you’re new to composting or a seasoned composting pro, LoMo’s new Community Composting Program is designed for you! Many of us with tiny backyards lack the space to have our own compost pile, but our new program makes it easy and convenient to start composting locally, turning those food scraps into something your plants will love. Composting – … More Start Composting Today!
Throughout the year, residents may bring up to 2 tires at a time to our local Streets Department Citizen Drop-Off Center at 3033 S. 63rd Street, near Passyunk Avenue, along with discarded computers, televisions, and appliances. Also, please note that the amount of trash bags put out on your curb on trash night should not exceed … More Tired of tires?
Are your recyclables creating litter? Here are a few tips to keep those items in the bin overnight and off of our sidewalks, courtesy of our friends from the Queen Village Neighbors Association: 1. Squash those cans! Both plastic and aluminum cans can be compacted with either squeezing or the trusty foot-stomp method. Not only … More Trash Night Tips