Recycle old holiday lights


It is time to start decking the halls with lights and other Christmas decorations. Did you unpack your old lights only to find them burned out, frayed or too tangled to deal with? Do you have damaged Halloween lights or white string lights that barely survived patio season? Residents can drop them off for recycling into a specially marked collection box at city of Grove City and Jackson Township buildings and other sites through Monday, Jan. 10.

Keep Grove City Beautiful (KGCB) is partnering with the city of Grove City and Accurate IT Services to recycle glass and wire. Drop off unwanted lights at one of the following locations during normal business hours.

Grove City Facilities:
•City Hall, 4035 Broadway
•Kingston Center, 3226 Kingston Ave.
•Grove City Welcome Center and Museum, 3378 Park St.
•Evans Center, 4330 Dudley Ave.
•Service Department, 3262 Ventura Ave.

Jackson Township Facilities:
•Jackson Township Administration Building, 3756 Hoover Road
•Fire Station 202 (vestibule), 3650 Hoover Road
•Fire Station 203 (vestibule), 2650 London-Groveport Road
•Fire Station 204 (vestibule), 4900 Buckeye Pkwy.

Other Locations:
•Grove City Library, 3959 Broadway
•Grove City United Methodist Church (Purple Door), 2684 Columbus St.
•Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, 3730 Broadway

KGCB promotes positive and sustainable environmental practices through individual and community involvement, recycling and beautification. Grove City works with partners like KGCB to meet present and future needs while promoting resource conservation, social equity and environmental responsibility.

For additional information on this and other sustainability programs, contact the Environmental Supervisor Linda Rosine at 614-277-3058.


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