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Public and commercial services around CSUN offer unique ways to recycle everyday items

Gary's Recycling Center in Northridge will pay cash for all recyclable CRV beverage containers consisting of plastic, aluminum or glass. Customers may drive up and park near the waste bins to receive assistance in unloading their recyclables. Photo credit: Trisha Sprouse / Daily Sundial

Fredy Tlatenchi

April 18, 2012

New technology and new ways to amuse ourselves give us new materials to recycle. Companies in the San Fernando Valley dedicated to preserving the environment are creating new ways of reusing old materials. SA Recycling company has been standing strong for 50 years with multiple centers throughout the...

A.S. Recycling Center to expand and improve facility, Consulting company paid $7,500 to complete feasibility report, plans must be approved before construction

Krista Daly

April 21, 2010

The A.S. Recycling Center is moving forward in implementing its plans of expansion starting with small additions such as more recycling bins around campus. “There is a vigorous but limited recycling effort on campus,” said David Crandall, A.S. general manager. The working conditions of the recycling center staff are not good, Crandall said in reference to the fact that a metal cargo container was turned into the staff’s office. “We realized ...

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