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Sustainability needs to be a community effort. Want to join us? Here are some ideas for improving your ecological footprint.
Curious about your own impact on the planet? Take this eye-opening Ecological Footprint Quiz.
Direct your rain gutters away from impervious surfaces - such as driveways and sidewalks - instead direct the flow to grassed areas.
Install a rain barrel and use the collected water for watering flowers and plants
Have a stream or pond on your property? Allow a buffer of native grasses and other vegetation to grow along the edge. This will filter pollutants and protect against erosion.
Convert low-lying areas into rain gardens planted with water tolerant plants and bushes that will help reduce runoff.
Review the SPF Credit and Rebate Program for more ideas and opportunities to earn rebates on your Stream Protection Fee.
Contamination of the recycling stream is costing towns and municipalities a lot of money. Keep recycling costs down by making sure the items in your bin are recyclable.
Aluminum beverage cans
Glass bottles and jars
Clean aluminum foil and take out containers
Empty aerosol cans
Mixed paper (i.e. newspaper, junk mail, office paper, etc.)
Plastic containers, bottles, & jugs #1-7 (NO Styrofoam)
Steel food and beverage cans
Beverage & food cartons (i.e. milk, juice boxes, soup cartons, etc.)
**Please be sure NOT to crush these cartons before placing them in your bin**
Not on the list? Keep it out of the bin. Find more information on the Borough recycling program here.