Liberation Day Recycling



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.