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Posted: 06 Apr 2012 | 11:53 am
The British International School (BIS) has reopened their community recycling center.
Dedicted areas are set up for eight different categories of items which are white paper, colored paper, cardboard, plastic, newspapers/magazines, metal/cans, electronic items and batteries.
Glass items are not accepted.
Items could be rinsed out and sorted into black plastic bags. They need to be placed in the appropriate bin.
The facility is locted at BIS insider Gate #4.
All money which is raisde is given to the CAS Recycling Charity Fund.
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