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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, MAY 23, 2016 PAGE 7

Recycling Depot promotes toxic



waste recycling at Annual Roundup




































Volunteer Firefighters, Steve Lamoureux, Gary Kuefler, Steve Farkas, Ross Graham, and Dan Brown (left to
right), work at sorting and handling the materials during the Toxic Waste Roundup at the Edson Recycling Depot
on May 14. photo Stephanie Babych

All Welcome to:


Meeting of the Marlboro


Community Association



Sat, May 28, 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Galloway Station Museum
Highway 16 & 55 Street, Edson, Alberta



HOUSE
to be proceeded by a:
Métis Harvesting Info Session FOR SALE
Hosted by Gunn Métis Local 55 (Lac Ste. Anne Métis)
http://lacsteannemetis.com CLOSE TO
REAL

At the Toxic Waste Roundup on May 14, the Recycling Depot served BBQ to show their appreciation for locals like
Marjorie Reber, Peggy Helstein, and Linnea Nielson (left to right), who use the Recycling Depot facility. ESTATE
photo Stephanie Babych
Alberta Fish & Wildlife Guest Speakers
by Stephanie Babych recyclable hazardous materials year round and Sat, May 28, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. SECTION
encourages people to bring them in, but puts an Galloway Station Museum
Edson Recycling Depot ran their annual Spring emphasis on toxic waste in the spring and fall. Lunch to be served beginning at Noon
Toxic Waste Roundup on May 14, and served a
BBQ lunch to show their appreciation for the
many residents who use the facility. DUPLEX FOR SALE Shy little
The Toxic Waste Roundup is a day the Cashew came
Recycling Depot puts a larger emphasis on IN EDSON to us from a
hoarding
recycling household hazardous materials, paint, situation. He's
electronics, and other recyclable hazardous made good
materials. These sorts of materials often contain progress since
lead, mercury, or other heavy metals that are being with us
harmful to the environment and should be but will still need a family who can work with
properly recycled. him to overcome his sensitivities and further
his socialization.
Anne Auriat, the Regional Waste Reduction
Coordinator, was happy to see so many people. Cashew is good with dogs and humans after
a slow introduction. He doesn't mind cats
"Conoco Phillips donated their time and were but will chase them if they run.
helping with the BBQ. The Gladiators Wrestling
team is helping out again this year, and the Edson He's great off leash and has enjoyed a couple
Volunteer Fire Department were helping too," said hikes recently.
Anne. "The event fosters community development Fully developed 1,284 sq. ft. duplex has 4 A patient, loving, furever home would be the
by having community volunteers help out with the bedrooms plus a den. 8x10 sided shed to best thing that could happen for this sweet
waste and BBQ." match house and ample parking front and boy.
rear, with space for a trailer. Low
Edson Recycling Depot also helps coordinate maintenance and all fenced in. Located on Visit edsonanimalrescue.com
toxic waste events in Hinton and Evansburg, to quiet cul-de-sac street, close to schools for more information or 780-712-6788.
promote county-wide toxic waste recycling. The and arena. Sponsored by:
Depot receives a grant from Alberta Recycling JASON HIRD TRUCKING JASON HIRD TRUCKING
Management that helps balance the costs For more information or a viewing call
associated with the BBQ, advertisements, and 780-723-2505 (leave message) 780-712-9493
volunteers. Fax: 780-723-2213
The Edson Recycling Depot does accept Asking $355,000 Call 780-723-9493 for information
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