CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – The City of Centerville is partnering with Centerville-Washington Park District and Washington-Centerville Public Library to collect 500 pounds of recyclable plastic film before August 1, 2021.
Once the goal is reached, the city said Trex Company, Inc. will donate one recycled-plastic bench to Centerville as part of its Trex Community Recycling Program.
Recyclabable items can be dropped off at the following three locations:
- Centerville Municipal Building, 100 West Spring Valley Road
- Centerville-Washington Park District Activity Center, 221 North Main Street
- Woodbourne Library, 6060 Far Hills Avenue
The following items are accepted for the Community Recycling Program:
- Single-use plastic grocery bags
- Bread bags
- Plastic overwrap for toilet paper, napkins, paper towels and diapers
- Plastic overwrap on bulk items in cases (ex: water bottles, snacks)
- Plastic retail bags (with hard plastic and string handles removed)
- Clean, dry plastic food storage bags (ex: Ziploc bags)
- Polyethylene film labeled #2 or #4
- Stretch wrap
- Produce bags
- Dry cleaning bags
- Newspaper sleeves and bags
- Plastic cereal box liners
- Plastic shipping envelopes, bubble wrap and air pillows (deflate and remove labels if possible)
Families can also bring the same materials to bins inside the front lobby of the two Kroger stores in Centerville.