NEWS OF THE MONTH FROM THE TARRYTOWN ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
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MARCH 2020
WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT
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This month, you can measure your solar potential. Chickens are welcome in Tarrytown, the kayak racks are reservable, the plastic bags are gone, and Thursday, March 5 (tonight!), join us for our monthly meeting at 7:00. It's open to the public, and we'd love to have you! We're inching toward Earth Day 2020 -- its 50th anniversary! -- and have a poster to share with you.


IT'S POPULAR!
EXTRA PICK-UPS AT THE FOOD SCRAP RECYCLING STATION
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If you're finding the large bins at the food scrap recycling station full, there's help! 

Our food scrap recycling (composting) program is so popular, the bins have been bulging with kitchen-wastey goodness. But it's no fun trying to cram your veggie scraps into an over-stuffed bin.

Luckily, Tarrytown has added a second day to the week's pick-up. Now your food scraps will be carted away, en masse, twice a week: Tuesday and Friday.

Remember, compost "starter kits" are available for purchase at the Wilson Library and the Rec center. They are $23.00 per kit. If you'd like to participate, check out all the information on our website. Then, just fill the bins with your food scraps and bring the filled totes to the drop-off center, located between the Recreation and the Senior Center by Pierson Park.