Guam EPA, in partnership with the iRecycle program and as part of the Environmental Education Committee, is seeking volunteers to help recycle during and after the 68th annual Liberation Day parade.
- Volunteers are needed to help collect aluminum cans and plastic bottles during and after the parade. Interested individuals can sign in at the Recycling Tent near the GCIC building in Hagatna any time between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 21.
- There will also be a Sunday afternoon cleanup along Marine Corps Drive sponsored by the Environmental Education Committee in partnership with the Hagatna Mayor. Volunteers are to meet at the GCIC building at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 22. Bags and gloves will be provided.
Families attending the parade are asked to bring their own bins for aluminum cans and plastic bottles. Volunteers will pick up recyclables throughout the day. Families can bring their cans and bottles to the GCIC building for a chance to win a free spot along the 2013 parade.
For more information about recycling during the Liberation Day parade or the Sunday cleanup, please email TammyJoAnderson.Taft@epa.guam.gov or call 988-7582.