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I Recycle Scottsdale Collects Tons of Hard-to-Recycle Items

SCOTTSDALE (December 2, 2015) Keep Scottsdale Beautiful presented the first annual I Recycle Scottsdale festival on Sat., Nov. 14 at Pima Center at the 101 and Via de Ventura. A one-stop shop for harder-to-recycle items including eyeglasses, electronics and household batteries, I Recycle Scottsdale collected several tons of unwanted material, including:   The mission of

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Keep Scottsdale Beautiful to Sponsor All-in-One Recycling Event for America Recycles Day

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. – Oct. 14, 2015 – In honor of America Recycles Day, Keep Scottsdale Beautiful (KSB) will host I Recycle Scottsdale, a one-stop recycling event aimed at ridding Scottsdale homes and businesses of unwanted, harder-to-recycle items, including electronics, shoes and prescription drugs. I Recycle Scottsdale will take place Sat., Nov. 14 from 8 a.m. to noon at the

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Keep Scottsdale Beautiful Project Uses Recycled Material from Your Shoes for Homeless Shelter’s Basketball Court

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. (PRWEB) January 21, 2015 KSB is encouraging the Valley to “never throw away a shoe” by spearheading the Super Scottsdale Shoe Drive in conjunction with Super Bowl XLIX. Shoes will be recycled into a resurface material for a basketball court at Family Promise, the only homeless shelter in Scottsdale. KSB’s mission is to

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Volunteers Needed: 39th Annual Mighty Mud Mania

Summer is almost here, and in Scottsdale, that means Mighty Mud Mania. Since 1976, Scottsdale has been ringing in the summer season with muddy obstacles for people of all ages and abilities. Now in its 39th year, Might Mud Mania is expected to attract 11,000 people looking to get down and dirty. With that many

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International Compost Awareness Week: How to Start Composting Right Now

Happy International Compost Awareness Week! Always the first week of May, ICAW was created to showcase how composting can benefit everyone in their daily lives, from households to businesses to rural communities to bustling cities. When combined in the right way, everyday waste materials such as leaves, shredded paper, wood chips, grass clippings, leftover vegetables

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