Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority, HRRA
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RECYCLING


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HOUSEHOLD WASTE


SOLID WASTE
OTHERWASTE
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Old Town Hall
162 Whisconier Road
Brookfield, CT 06804
203.775.4539
info@hrra.org

The Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority, HRRA, is a regional, governmental, waste management and recycling authority serving eleven municipalities in western Connecticut and a population of over 225,000 people
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ITEMS OF CURRENT INTEREST
  1. 2014 Household Hazardous Waste Collections
  2. Bridgewater Organics Pilot Program Information
  3. Bridgewater Organics Forum - Comments and Questions
  4. NEW CT State Organics Law (Public Act No. 13-285)
  5. Paint Collection - May 10th, 9am-1pm, New Milford, Railroad Station
  6. Wipe Out Waste Guide Book
  7. Electronics Recycling Free in Every Town
  8. Single Stream Recycling Available
    1. Spanish Brochure
    2. Portuguese Brochure
    3. Video by All American Waste
  9. Where Does Our Garbage Go?
    1. See a Waste to Energy Plant at Work
  10. What Happens to Our Recycling?
    1. See a Single Stream MRF in Action
  11. Middle Gate Students Learn How To Reuse, Reduce & Recycle

2014 - 7th Annual Poster Contest - Please visit the site after April 23rd for the list of regional winners. If you received an invitation in the mail you were a regional winner. Be sure to RSVP via email to jeniannucci@hrra.org. The Award Ceremony will take place on Wednesday, April 23rd 5:30-6:30pm.

2014 Video Contest Rules and Entry Information will be posted in June. The Contest will run from September to October 2014

2013 2nd Annual Video Contest (See all videos)

 

 
 
Over the last two decades, spectacular advances in technology have led to a dramatic increase in our reliance on electronic products. Televisions, computers, wireless phones, copiers, fax machines, telephones, and VCRs, are just some of the electronics that have become a central part of our everyday lives.
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Cool Games and activities and environmental information for kids, teachers and parents. Test your knowledge on recycling. Find useful tips about recycling etc.
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Composting is Nature's way of recycling. By composting kitchen and garden waste you can easily improve the quality of your soil and be well on your way to a more beautiful garden.
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If you are not sure, don't recycle it.
 
  TIP 1:
Even a little contamination can hurt. Sort your recyclables before dropping them off and put only the right material into the bin.

TIP 2:
If it isn't in the bin, it's trash! Materials should never be left near the drop bins or on the ground. Please remember to take you trash away for proper disposal.
 
 

 

   
 

 


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