Blue Goes Green in 2013
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival started its recycling efforts in 2008. Since then, weve diverted literally TONS of trash into recycling. In case youre wondering, all Blueberry waste that isnt recycled gets landfilled just a few miles away (literally)! Yuck!
In 2013 we continue to encourage all our Festival patrons, vendors, and volunteers to recycle your bottles and cans. Weve placed recycling containers all over the park for your convenience. Before you toss that can or bottle, make sure youve located a recycling bin and throw your EMPTY container in there. Thanks!
All over the country, festivals large and small are "going green," taking steps to cut down on trash headed for the local landfill. We at Blueberry are doing our part to keep our event clean and green! In 2012 we recycled 6.8 tons, thats a lot of plastic, cans and cardboard.
Thanks to all who recycled!
Thank you to Coca-Cola Bottling Company for awarding the Blueberry Festival a grant to purchase new recycling bins. With these additional bins, we will be able to provide more opportunities for Festival goers to recycle and keep even more recyclables out of our area landfill!
|Here's what we have recycled since our campaign began.
2009 - 3 Tons 2010 - 6.45 Tons 2011 - 8.25 Tons 2012 - 6.8 Tons
We need your help!
Show your Community Spirit by helping Blue go Green in 2013!
Recycle all you can at the Festival, and if you want to be more involved, become a member of the Green Team to help promote recycling throughout the Festival.
Contact the Blueberry office for more information, or Marianne Peters, Blueberry Festival Recycling Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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