GREENSUN Recycling: Be Bright, Go Green


About GREENSUN Recycling

GREENSUN Recycling located in Thomaston, Georgia was established in 2008 to encourage citizens, government, educators, non-profits, and businesses to unite to create better communities and contribute to a more beautiful world.

F.A.Q

What is curbside recycling?

Place your recycle bag out by 7 am on trash day…on the front porch, by the mailbox. We pick it up. It’s that easy. For businesses, we’re flexibly working to meet all your recycling needs even collecting inside if requested.

How are they recycled?

GREENSUN donates your recyclables to The Gilmore Center, a non-profit, in Thomaston. Trucks then collect and deliver them to a MRF (Materials Recovery Facility) and proceeds support The Gilmore Center.

What can I recycle?

The current aim is for #1 and #2 plastic bottles. GREENSUN is working with businesses and residents to meet their individual recycling needs. If you have newspapers, cardboard, aluminum or glass, we will pick these up at no extra fee. Please separate them.

What do I put my recyclables in?

We furnish a recycle bag and complete instructions when you sign up.

How much does it cost?

A 3 month subscription for curbside plastic bottle recycling is only $15/month.

How do I sign up?

Email us at green.sun@live.com

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didnt know you have curbside going already- since we recycle more than plastics and i take it to barnesville, no sense to have them pick it up curbside since then i will still be left with the other recyclables
best wishes on all your endeavors

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