9-6-2013 5-31-52 PMFor many years our recycling center has worked with the Limestone County Commission to place large green recycling trailers in strategic locations throughout the county. Recently cardboard collection trailers were added to three of those locations on a trial basis. We are happy to say that the trailers have been well used and we are working on providing cardboard collection trailers at more county locations. KALB is also excited to share that a recycling trailer has been placed at Athens Bible School in an effort to make recycling easier for those city residents that wish to support our local non-profit recycling center. 9-6-2013 5-32-04 PM TRAILER LOCATIONS Recycling trailers located at the following locations are for community use and are serviced by the Athens-Limestone Recycling Center on a continual basis. ATHENS BIBLE SCHOOL (NEW) East Limestone High School - includes cardboard collection Creekside Elementary Cedar Hill Elementary Owens Elementary - includes cardboard collection West Limestone High School Elkmont High School Johnson Elementary Clements High School Ardmore High School - includes cardboard collection Ardmore City Hall Piney Chapel Elementary 11-2-2012-3-26-11-PM2-300x202ITEMS ACCEPTED AT TRAILERS Aluminum Cans Metal Cans Plastic Bottles/Containers #1-#7 Glass Jars/Bottles - all colors Newspaper Office Paper (shredded OK) Junk mail, Magazines, Books/Phone books (shredded OK) Cardboard and paperboard (empty cereal boxes, etc.) (East Limestone High, Owens Elementary, Ardmore High ONLY) Smaller Trailers are located at: Bay Hill Marina Little Elk Missionary Baptist Church Cowford Camping Area 9-6-2013 5-32-23 PM Our Athens-Limestone Recycling Center located at 15896 Lucas Ferry Rd. in Athens accepts all of the above-mentioned items as well as the following materials on a DAILY BASIS: Electronics (if it has a cord or uses batteries, we take it) Used motor oil Used cooking oil Batteries (household, rechargeable, and automotive) By: Lynne Hart 9-6-2013 5-32-41 PM

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