St. Charles County’s Recycle Works celebrates 25th anniversary

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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI)- St. Charles County introduced its first Recycle Works facility in 1990 to help citizens preserve natural resources.  Twenty-five years on, they have two facilities open and recycling efforts are going strong.

To celebrate the program, the Department of Community Health and the Environment is offering free small electronic recycling for St. Charles County residents on Saturday, Dec. 26 between 9 a.m., and 4 p.m. This collection is open to individual St. Charles County residents only and is limited solely to electronic material (large appliances will not be accepted).  You can visit visit Recycle Works Central on Triad South Drive in St. Charles or Recycle Works West on East Pitman Avenue in Wentzville to take part.

Website: St. Charles County Recycling

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