Recycling is the term used to describe an alternative form of getting rid of used materials. Instead of putting used materials in a landfill, it is processed and made into new items. Through Recycling it is possible to reduce the amount of waste going into landfills and it also helps bring prices down on items that are made from using recycled waste.
Almost anything can be recycled. Recycling has expanded and grown to allow for everything from paper to plastic to batteries to be recycled and made into something useful again.
Recycling is also great for the planet. It takes items that would just sit in a landfill, taking years to degrade and breaks down, and turns them into new products. The life of an item that can be recycled can go on and on. From its creation this recyclable item begins a long life that may take on many forms.
Recycling can produce many different new items. For example, an old plastic pop bottle may not become a bottle again; it may instead become a part of a child’s toy or even a part of a new car. As you can see, Recycling goes way beyond traditional uses and explores new ways to make recycled items more useful.
Recycling is important and has become a key component in waste management. Most cities and towns have some type of Recycling center like Woodward’s Recycling Center that has a very large Recycling container with separate sections for different materials. People can freely put their recyclable materials out for collection or, take them to the facility that is open 24 hours a day.
Recycling is not a new concept, but initiating it into modern society took some time. People would discard everything without a thought of Recycling. Now most people recycle in some way and don’t even realize it. Have you ever reused a plastic container? If so, then you have recycled. It is contagious and very smart to help make our world a cleaner, greener, better place by cutting down on pollution. The best part is everyone can do it.
Recycling Drop Off Center Open 24 hours a day/7 days a week
In 1998, Woodward’s Disposal Service purchased 13 acres located at 1400 S. Baltimore and began its recycling efforts. That business has grown steadily to justify a new 12,000 square foot building that was built in January of 2007.
Our facility offers free of charge to the public, recycling containers located at the East end of the building for aluminum, cardboard, news paper, office paper, plastics, and tin cans. Woodward’s is committed to Recycling.
NOTE: We do not accept glass.