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July 2022 TEAC Newsletter

July 2022 TEAC Newsletter

  NEWS OF THE MONTH FROM THE TARRYTOWN ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL JULY 2022 WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT _____________________Welcome, July! Do you know what the Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Council does? If not, check out the (long!) list of what we...

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June 2022 TEAC Newsletter

June 2022 TEAC Newsletter

  NEWS OF THE MONTH FROM THE TARRYTOWN ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COUNCIL JUNE 2022 WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT _____________________Welcome, June! Do you know what the Tarrytown Environmental Advisory Committee does? If not, check out the (long!) list of our activities...

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Food Scrap drop-off update

Food Scraps Drop-Off Location
The food scrap drop-off toters are now on Green St: Cross the “H” bridge over the MNR tracks, turn Left (South) and travel along the street past the commuter parking lots. The drop-off is on the right, just before the Losee Park ballfield. (See the MAP HERE.)
Also, we have had some incidents of our carter refusing to pick up any toter that has plastic or other non-compostable trash visible. Please be extra careful to keep your food scraps “clean” and only use labeled-compostable bags that are available for $2/roll at the Library and the Tarrytown Rec Center.
If you happen to see trash in a food scrap toter, we’d appreciate your help by removing it to the nearby trash dumpster. As you can imagine, a toter left un-collected for more than a few days will become a nuisance.
To learn more about our Food Scrap collection program, CLICK HERE.



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