Friday, October 7, 2011

Key West Recycling

I wonder what it is about Key West that the recycling center is right there on prime waterfront land.


I understand that this is city land and which is leased to the businesses at use it, but you'd think the recycling bins could have a found a less prominenthome.


Recycle your oil here and it's easy as pie. There is no way to claim that recycling used oil is complicated. There is no excuse not to and you'd think by now the point has been made.


But isn't it odd that this is where the transfer station found a home. Give the city credit it's not as chaotic or as ugly, as it might have been but still...


If you drive to Key West and decided to Dona curbside oil change while you are here...


Now you know where to drop off your oil, or your cardboard or your bottles and cans. It may not look like much but it's progress in a town that recycles seven percent of the waste stream.


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1 comment:

Chuck and the Pheebs said...

I've beenusing that recycling center for years now; I like that it's but a few blocks from the house.