Recycling at Tredyffrin Township Building
Area Residents Caring & Helping (ARCH), a local non-profit, and the Tredyffrin Police Department have partnered to provide the local community with a safe and convenient way to properly dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs.
1100 Duportail Rd, Berwyn, PA
Recycling at Easttown Library
720 First Ave., Berwyn, PA 19312
Green Initiative - Recycling at TEMS
The TEMS Green Initiative is happy to announce that you may RECYCLE the following items at TEMS from now until the end of the school year, June 2018. Recycle Bins are located inside the front entrance of the school.
Contact: Heather Hill
What is 4Ocean?
4Ocean is a global movement actively removing trash from the ocean and coastlines while inspiring individuals to work together for cleaner oceans, one pound at a time.
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The Core Mission
Tredyffrin Easttown Middle School Parent Teacher Organization • 801 Conestoga Road, Berwyn, PA 19312
Eyeglass Recycling (to benefit The Lions Club)
Now until June at TEMS Office
Changing Lives, One Pair at a Time - In just about any home, one can find a pair of eyeglasses that are no longer being used; that same pair of eyeglasses can change another person's life. That's why we started the Lions Recycle for Sight program. Everyone can help. Throughout the year, Lions, Leos and other volunteers collect used eyeglasses and deliver them to regional Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers (LERCs). LERC volunteers clean, sort by prescription strength and package the glasses. Recycled glasses are distributed to people in need in low and middle income communities where they will have the greatest impact. Donate glasses and change someone's life. Imagine if you could help a child read, An adult succeed in his job, A senior maintain her independence. And provide a community with more opportunities to grow and thrive. Everyday, our recycled eyeglass programs do all of this and more.
Visit Lions Club to learn more.
Recycle Mattresses at Ikea
Each year, an estimated 15 to 20 million mattresses and box springs are disposed of in the U.S., according to the Mattress Recycling Council. Each day, 50,000 mattresses end up in landfills or are illegally dumped. Due to their size, mattresses take up lots of valuable landfill space and are difficult to compress. This new national program is part of IKEA's People and Planet Positive Sustainability strategy that was launched in October 2012. It shows a commitment to make mattresses easier for consumers to recycle. Click here for more information or visit Ikea's website.