Hazen & Trex Plastic Film Recycling Challenge
Trex utilizes millions of plastic grocery store bags each year to create its composite lumber product, keeping this material out of landfills locally and across the country.  By building a partnership with schools students can learn the importance of recycling, keep plastic out of the landfills and be rewarded for their efforts.
Hazen is a dropoff location for the following items:

 plastic grocery bags    stretch film (no household saran wrap)

plastic department store bags    water bottle case wrap   

newspaper sleeves    toilet paper/paper towel over wrap       

dry-cleaning bags    bread bag / cereal bags
Dropoff is in the front lobby

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