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City of Peoria Press Release

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Peoria Awarded Community Recycling Grants

Over $320,000 to fund curbside recycling equipment & outreach


PHOENIX (June 8, 2007) -- Arizona Department of Environmental Quality Director Steve Owens announced today that ADEQ has awarded $367,103 to fund recycling in the West and Northwest Valley.

The City of Peoria will receive $200,000 to implement a city-wide automated Curbside Recycling Program to an estimated 45,500 Peoria households. The funds will be used to purchase recycling barrels for residential use. The goal is to recycle at least 15 percent of material that would normally end up in the solid waste stream.

In addition, Peoria will receive $61,728 to launch an automated commingled city-wide recycling program for multi-family dwellings. The program will deliver tote bins and 300-gallon barrels to multi-family dwellings.

These grants are part of ADEQ's Waste Reduction Assistance (WRA) grants program, which funds projects devoted to waste reduction, recycling and composting.

Peoria also will receive $60,000 to promote the new programs through school presentations, advertisements, newsletters, mailers, special event booths, an instructional video and block parties.

"We are absolutely delighted to help Peoria establish curbside recycling," Director Owens said. "With Peoria's program, nearly every city with 50,000 or more people in Arizona now has curbside recycling."

Also, the City of Litchfield Park will receive $45,375 to implement an educational outreach campaign targeting school children, local businesses and residents through public event appearances, advertising and school presentations. Litchfield Park will host a poster/slogan recycling contest for children, set up booths at special public events and create newspaper and television advertisements to educate residents about a new curbside recycling program. Funding will be used to create door hangers, brochures, educational booklets, magnets, newspaper advertisements and videos to inform and educate residents about recycling and responsible waste reduction measures.

These grants are part of ADEQ's Waste Reduction Initiative through Education (WRITE), which supports information and education projects that encourage recycling, reuse and source reduction and increases awareness of proper solid waste disposal techniques.

"Recycling is one of our most effective tools to protect our environment," Owens said. "We are glad to support Litchfield Park's and Peoria's efforts to increase recycling in Arizona."

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News release issued by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality