Friday, February 22, 2013


About six years ago we started our recycle program. The program started at our Golf Maintenance Facility in attempt better our environmental footprint. Our recycle program started as a small  pile of scrap metal that we brought to the recycle center yearly. Then grew to  recycle bins all over our building including recycling the waste from the courses trash cans. We now have multiple ways to recycle most of our waste in  small  and large containers. The amount of products that we can recycle are endless from magazines,  scrap metal, alkaline/rechargeable batteries, CFL bulbs/tubes and much more. 

Below are some links to better educate you on recycling and locations to drop off your waste.

Lets all do our part to help protect Mother Earth. 

Earth 911 is a search site to locate recycling centers in your area

The Big Green Box is a company that specializes in recycling household  alkaline batteries, and electronics

The Home Depot will recycle CFL bulbs and rechargeable batteries free of charge

Lowes will  recycle CFL bulbs, rechargeable batteries, and more free of charge

Best Buy will recycle most electronics, rechargeable batteries, print cartridges and more for free

Batteries plus will recycle rechargeable batteries, CFL bulbs, CFL tubes and more

Waste Management

Douglas County Household Hazardous waste recycle Program