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Greenwich’s Voluntary Food Scrap Recycling Pilot Gets Under Way

The Town of Greenwich, in partnership with Waste Free Greenwich, Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board (GRAB) and Greenwich Green & Clean, announces the launch of the municipal food scrap recycling pilot on Monday, June 15, 2020. The drop-off food scrap recycling pilot is voluntary and free to all Greenwich residents with a permit to Holly Hill Resource Recovery Facility. Residents will collect food scraps at home in accordance withguidelines and bring them to the designated drop-off location next to the trash building at Holly Hill. The food scrap kits include a small bin you can keep in your kitchen, and a larger bin you can keep in your garage. You can purchase compostable bags to line the bin with. Continue Reading →

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Annual Greenery Basket Assembly Signals Start of Holiday Season in Greenwich

On Thursday volunteers with Greenwich Green & Clean gathered up at Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses for the second of two days to create the 116 baskets that will soon grace downtown including the lamp posts along Greenwich Avenue. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Oysters, Crabs, Kelp and Kids Abound at Experience the Sound 2019

At a very well attended Experience the Sound event guests learned about marine life in Long Island Sound, what pollutants threaten it and some efforts at increasing the shellfish population in Greenwich waters. Continue Reading →

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