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Specialized item recycling, Oct. 19-20

The Dover Recycling Committee is offering free recycling for specialized items on Saturday, October 19, and Sunday, October 20, at the Transfer Station on Powisset Street. This will include a Food Drive to benefit local emergency food pantry A Place To Turn. Items for recycling are accepted only from Dover residential property – nothing is...
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CRS hosts Climate Change Fair/Panel

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[caption id="attachment_32860" align="alignright" width="300"]CRS student Erin Grimm sorts trash, recyclables and compost. CRS student Erin Grimm sorts trash, recyclables and compost.[/caption] “Climate change” are words we hear every day. While we all try to do our part by recycling, composting, and carpooling, 7th graders at Charles...
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Medfield looks to ban plastic bags

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By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter Statewide, 93 towns and cities have banned single-use plastic bags. On Sunday afternoon at the Medfield Library, the Medfield Plastic Bag Reduction Initiative discussed the various ways they hope to make Medfield the 94th. The Initiative is technically not a non-profit because they seek to sway legislation, which a...
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Westwood Day recycling yields results

Westwood-Day-recycling-3Nearly a ton of recyclable cardboard, bottles, cans, and rigid containers were rescued from the landfill at this year’s Westwood Day. Fairgoers and vendors generally followed the rules of "no food or plastic bags" in the recycling bins, which were paired with trash carts throughout the...
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Medfield Green Month motors on

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by Stephen Press Hometown Weekly Staff "Every Saturday, there's at least one collection of something through May, and again we do it in October," said Barbara Meyer, who sits on the board of Medfield Green and the Transfer Station Recycling Committee. "We do the Styrofoam every time, as well as once sometime after Christmas." Meyer was...
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