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Shred Event and E-Recycling

Shred Event and E-Recycling
Saturday, April 8, 10am-1pm
Union Arena, Woodstock

Sustainable Woodstock is sponsoring a community recycling day on Saturday, April 8 at Union Arena from 10:00am to 1:00pm. We will have a shred truck and electronics recycling. We will also take household batteries and CFL lightbulbs. Help us keep these materials out of the landfill. The event is free, but donations will be accepted. A complete list of what we are accepting can be found at here. For more information, email Sally or call 457-2911.

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26th Sep 2016
Can the Chevy Bolt, with its affordable price and 200-mile range, turn electric vehicles from something weird into just another car?

Zap zap, zoom zoom: really?

By Norwood Long There are about 255 million gasoline powered vehicles in use today, with an average life of 11 years, and 5 to 10 million new ones are added...

21st Sep 2016
EE VYCC 2013

Clean Rivers are Good for Us

By Sally Miller As part of the 20th Annual Source to Sea Cleanup, Sustainable Woodstock is partnering with the Connecticut Rivers Watershed Council to clean up the riverfront area of...

12th Sep 2016
Image: Vancouver Public Space Network celebrates Park(ing) Day 2013

Hate Parking Meters? This Event Gives You Something to Love About Them

By Elle O’Casey Park(ing) Day is an annual international event where artists, citizens, and designers come together to turn metered parking spaces into temporary public parks. This year the event...

06th Sep 2016
Barbara Barry, Jen Dembinski, Josh Gale and Mary MacVey help plant donated plants at the East End.

What is Happening at the East End? – Woodstock Community Riverfront Park

By Sally Miller In August, with 50% of the funds raised by Sustainable Woodstock through private donations, the Village purchased a site for the new snow dump. The purchase of...