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Liberation Day Recycling [OLD]

All Living Things Of The Earth Are One • Manunu Todu I Manlåla’la’



Help at your canopy

Recycling aluminum cans and plastic bottles during the Liberation Day is easy. Follow these easy steps to make this Liberation Day the most environmentally-friendly event in Guam’s history.

Bring your recycling bin or make one

  • Bring a trash can from home and use it to collect aluminum cans and plastics 1 and 2.
  • If you don’t have a recycling can, make one! Cut a piece of chicken wire into a 4 foot section and tie it into a cylinder. Set it on the ground in your canopy and put a can or bottle in it so your family knows what it is to be used for. Click here to see pictures of a bin under construction.

Volunteer during the parade

  • Come to the Recycling Tent near the GCIC Building or the iRecycle tent near Bank of Hawaii any time between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 21.
  • Sign in and get a shopping cart and gloves.
  • Go to a section of parade route and collect aluminum cans and plastic bottles.
  • Return to the Recycling Tent and get your paper signed certifying your volunteer hours.
  • Call i*Recycle Program Administrator Peggy Denney at 483-9415 or Guam EPA at 300-4761/51/52 or email TammyJoAnderson.Taft@epa.guam.gov for more information. You can also visit our Facebook page to sign up to volunteer.

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