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  • Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County Hosts Earth Day Celebration April 30th

    Mother Nature is set to take center stage as the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County hosts upcoming Earth Day celebration on Saturday April 30th at the Porter County Expo Center located at 215 E. Division Road Valparaiso, IN. Area residents are asked to enter the event through Gate 2. 
     
    This year’s event will feature new theme of “The Climate is Changing. So Should We,” and will be open to all local residents across Lake, Porter & La Porte counties. Admission and parking are free. First 250 guests to arrive will receive free reusable bags and limited assortment of free tree saplings. Limit 1 tree sapling per family while supplies last.  
     
    At the event area residents can recycle clean and dry plastic bags, and also broken or unwanted bicycles. Secure Shred Document Destruction will be on site for document disposal from 9am until 12pm (Noon) CT. Area residents are encouraged to recycle sensitive documents right. Limit 2 boxes per person. Bankers’ box size suggested. 
     
    “We are delighted to return this year with our annual earth day event. This event was previously canceled last year in light of shifting parameters with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We are beyond thrilled to be back for 2022. This event has so much to offer for our residents and families,” said Keri Marrs Barron, Executive Director of the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County.  
     
    Annually Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd across the nation. This date marks the birth of the modern environmental movement in the United States. Locally the fight for a clean environment continues with increasing urgency, as the ravages of climate change become more and more apparent each and every day. 
     
    “Every year Earth Day serves as great opportunity for new learning and teachable moments for individuals of all ages. It’s the one day across the entire calendar year where we as human beings come together to recognize Mother Earth in all her majesty. Come celebrate with us and join in on the action! We can’t wait to see you,” said Erika Mihalek Public Relations Coordinator for the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County.  
     
    For more information on recycling best practices and upcoming Porter County events, contact the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County at (219)-465-3694, or visit www.PorterCountyRecycling.org. 

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