A listing of local information to help residents recycle more and waste less! Only events marked as "DSWM" (Dept. of Solid Waste Mgmt.)are programs of Frederick County Government. All others are community events. Know of an upcoming event that can help residents waste less or recycle more? Let us know! Send event info to ACreamer@FrederickCountyMD.gov.
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Ever wondered how (or if) recycling REALLY works? Sign up for this free program to learn how what you do at home is part of a complex global industry. This crash course will cover: how to recycle effectively, what can (and can't) be recycled in Frederick County (and why), and describe the impact that “wish-cycling” of non-recyclable materials has on the program. We'll take a look at how recycling gets sorted, where it gets sold and what the future of the program might look like. Participants may bring in packaging or material samples they have questions about. Please note: this is an adult level program.
Saturday, August 3, 1pm - 3pm AND Saturday October 5, 1pm - 3pm The Common Market, 5728 Buckeystown Pike, Frederick. These are free events, but classroom space is limited, so RSVP is required at: https://www.commonmarket.coop/classes-events/recycling-the-basics-and-beyond-free/
Thursday August 1, 6:30 - 8pm at the C Burr Artz Library.
More dates to be added!
AllShred Community Shred Events. For details and restrictions, please visit http://allshredmd.com/events:
Saturday, September 28, 8am - 12pm, at the Thurmont Police Dept. 800 E Main St. Canned food drive.
Frederick County Bank Shred Days:
(Spring and fall events held.) Frederick Fairgrounds, 797 E. Patrick St., Frederick
Floods, Drought and Justice: A Multifaith Discussion on Climate
Sunday, October 20, 12pm - 4pm, Hood College, 401 Rosemont Avenue, Frederick
Join in an afternoon of learning and conversation to learn how climate change will impact our region and be inspired by work underway to reduce our carbon footprint and to work for a just and thriving future. Learn more at:
home, in our congregations, and across our community
Office of Recycling Staff...Out and About!
If you're interested in having a speaker or display for your event, club gathering or business meeting, call 301-600-7405 or find out more online.