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Bossier City Farmer’s Market to Go Green

Recycling to be offered at the fist ever Farmer’s Market in Bossier City

The Bossier City Farmer’s Market, in cooperation with Precision Waste Solutions, announced today there will be a “greener” look to the upcoming Bossier City Farmer’s Market.  For the first time, the fair will be providing recycling bins for collection of beverage bottles and other plastic materials every Saturday, starting on August 1st through December 19th. recycle-logo

“We are very excited to be making this positive step,” said Lyndsi McGinley, Vice President of Precision Waste Solutions.  “We anticipate this effort will build on Bossier City’s residential and commercial recycling program successes and yield more materials away from the landfills and help keep Bossier City beautiful.”

The new recycling program will involve 10 bins located throughout the Market at Pierre Bossier Mall.  They will be coupled with garbage cans and can be identified by their green labeling and recycle symbols.  Attendees are encouraged to use these bins for disposing of their recyclable beverage containers during the market.  These include plastic, soda, and water bottles.

Attendees are urged to ensure that absolutely no other non-recyclable materials, besides plastics are to be placed in the containers.

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