GREENSUN Recycling: Be Bright, Go Green

GA Recycling Hub
Recycle 4 Georgia

Recycle 4 Georgia

Griffin Regional Recycling Hub Groundbreaking Invitation
Heart and Soul of Griffin Georgia Recycle Hub
Red Bins for Business Cardboard Recycling
State of Georgia Recycling Infrastructure
Griffin Hub partners with Pratt Recycling
More News on Pratt:
Pratt Clinton Commitment –“Pratt Industries commits to invest $1 billion in paper recycling and waste-to-energy infrastructure over the next 10 years.”
Anthony Pratt Recycling Efforts
The State of Georgia has chosen four Regional Recycling Collection Hubs including Griffin, Savannah, Valdosta and Statesboro. For additional information about the state’s recycling efforts, please visit or call (404) 679-4940. Governor’s Press Release.

Statewide Recycling Strategy. In October 2007, Georgia announced a plan to establish regional recycling hubs in Bulloch County, Griffin, Savannah and Valdosta-Lowndes County. These communities will receive a total of $2.2 million in state grants from the state’s Solid Waste Trust Fund (SWTF) to implement these programs.

Greensun, partnered with Griffin Georgia Recycling Hub and Pratt Industries, has front loading red bins for cardboard recycling available now.
Red Commercial Front Loader
Red Commercial Front Loader

What is Extended Producer Responsibility?

Map of Regional Recycling Collection Hubs

To find a model Ordinance:

Type in “recycling” here to find the Griffin recycling ordinances to be used as a model in the Griffin hub recycling program. Recycling ordinances.

Chapter 74 Solid Waste Code

Sec. 74-75. Intent; policy declared.

The City of Griffin Board of Commissioners hereby finds that it in order to meet the state’s goal of solid waste reduction it is in the best interest of all the citizens of the City of Griffin, in order to promote the health, safety, welfare and of all the citizens in the city, to recycle, reduce and reuse as many waste materials as possible in order to eliminate the accumulation of litter and garbage and solid waste material within the city and reduce the overall amount of solid waste which must be properly disposed of upon pickup by city employees. Therefore, it is the policy of the City of Griffin Board of Commissioners to require all generators of solid waste to recycle according to this article.
(Ord. No. 06-06, § 1, 9-26-2006)

Georgia Recycling Coalition (GRC)

GRC 17th Annual Conference, Trade Show & Membership Meeting
August 24-27, 2008 St Simons Island, GA
“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the greenest of them all?!”

Summer 2008 Newsletter Georgia Recycles


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