”We can now report that the metals and batteries from the combined drop off sites totaled 36,609 lbs;  Embro generated a higher volume compared to 2017. All in all we would expect combined volumes of metal,batteries and electronics to exceed 50,000lbs diverted”

 

When and Where? 

August 25th and September 22th 
         ReuseApalooZaha

Saturday, August 25, 2018 


                       8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Where:

 Mount Elgin

The Mount Elgin Community Centre

 Bring, take or swap household goods, hardware, clothing, books, toys, tools, garden equipment, art and décor, small electronics, wooden furniture, auto parts and accessories, and more! 

 ReuseApalooZaha
Saturday September, 2018
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Where:

 Ingersoll

Ingersoll Masonic Hall


Bring, take or swap household goods, hardware, clothing, books, toys, tools, garden equipment, art and decor, small electronics, wooden furniture, auto parts and accessories, and more! 

(No hazardous waste! )



Don't dump your Junk! 

 
 

ReuseApalooZaha

 ReuseApalooZaha events have becoming more popular as they are a fun way to reduce, reuse or recycle. Re-use and recycling is a terrific way to get people motivated, to have a fun time and meet other people in their community.

 

Hot off the press!
. A Do-it-Yourself Manual on how to run a giant free swap available at the Woodstock Farmers' Market
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Why not give

 your old stuff 

a second chance! 


 Drop off your castoffs and take home whatever you like at our one-day free store.

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Bring your:

  • books
  • furniture 
  • clothing 
  • kitchenware 
  • small appliances
  • hardware
  • tools
  • toys
  • garden equipment
  • building material
  • electronic waste
  • scrap metal
  • vehicle batteries

"Bring home someone elses treasure" Free!

 Donations are gratefully accepted.