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Where To Recycle

To View Your County's Recycling Programs Visit:

Montgomery County,

Chester County,

Delaware County,

Philadelphia County,

Aside from your county's own Recycling programs, here is a list of other programs that can help you in your quest to dispose of unwanted goods in an earth-friendly way:

Cell Phone Recycling

The County of Delaware, the Delaware County Library System (DCLS) and the Delaware County Solid Waste Authority have teamed up to bring cell phone recycling bins to 21 DCLS member libraries.

Residents are invited to bring their cell phones and cell phone power cords to recycle in the blue plastic bins. The best cell phones will be given to domestic abuse programs, and the remaining phones will be recycled responsibly.

For more information on recycling in Delaware County, visit:

Crayon Recycle Program

721 Village Road

Pelican Lake, Wisconsin 54463



takes unwanted, rejected, broken crayons

to a better place, where they’ll be recycled

into fresh, new crayons!

This "recycling" education, community service program has made it possible to stop more than 46,000 pounds of unwanted crayons

from going into landfills.

"Crazy Crayons" employs people with developmental disabilities, working on a positive impact through community service, environmental education and art.

To find out more about recycling your crayons, ordering recycled crayons, or hosting a crayon recycling drive at your school or business call:

Toll Free Phone: 800-561-0922 or visit

Greeting Card Recycling Program

St. Jude's Ranch for Children

100 St. Jude's Street

Boulder City, NV 89005

Recycles Greeting Cards.

People from all over the world send their

used card fronts!

The children participate in making the new recycled cards by removing the front and attaching a new back made with recycled paper. The new card is a beautiful, “green” card made by the children and volunteers. The benefits are two-fold: customers receive "green" holiday cards for use and the children receive payment for their work and learn the benefits and importance of "going green".

Contact St. Jude's to find out when cards are being accepted:

Phone 1-877-977-SJRC (7572) or visit

Shoe Recycling

Concerned about the environment and committed to making a difference?

Recycling your athletic shoes with Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe is a simple way to start.

The Reuse-A-Shoe program has provided Nike Grind recycled material to nearly 300 sport and playground surfacing projects donated by Nike programs in communities around the world – in addition to the thousands of commercial projects.

To find out how to donate your shoes to Nike's Reuse-A-Shoe program visit:

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