The Euclid Beach Team Is purchasing three recycling and trash units to be installed at Euclid Beach Park

The Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach Team will be able to purchase new trash and recycling bins for Euclid Beach Park thanks to roughly $400 collected in individual donations, a $1000 grant from the Cuyahoga Solid Waste District and a $1300 Neighborhood Connections grant! 

The three trash and recycling bins will be installed next spring by park maintenance staff on the beach at the bottom of each beach stairwell and will be distinctly labeled trash and recycling (for plastic and aluminum).  Additionally, the units will be anchored and closed-lid.  

Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach volunteers will be responsible for emptying recyclables weekly. Volunteers will also be responsible for tallying estimated trash and recycling totals collected as well as reporting to park maintenance staff any evidence of damage or tampering to the units. 

If there is a noticeable decrease in trash collected during our beach cleanups because of the new trash and recycle bins, we will consider installing additional trash and recycling units throughout Euclid Beach Park. 

Thank you again to everyone who supported this project!

-The Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach Team 

*For more information on The Euclid Beach Adopt-a-Beach Team or how you can volunteer to help empty recyclables visit us on facebook or email*

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Volume 2, Issue 12, Posted 11:43 PM, 11.14.2010