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Drought Alert – Conserve Water

Drought Alert - Conserve Water

WATER SUPPLY DROUGHT WATCH ISSUED FOR THREE NEW JERSEY REGIONS RESIDENTS ASKED TO VOLUNTARILY CONSERVE WATER (15/P80) TRENTON – Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin today issued a drought watch for New Jersey’s Northeast, Central, and Coastal North water supply regions, urging residents in the affected areas to voluntarily conserve water and for the…

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Save Sylvan Lake Benefit 2015

Save Sylvan Lake Benefit 2015

Save Sylvan Lake A Benefit to Save the Lake! Saturday October 3rd 2015 – 6pm until 10pm Join us at: The Avon Marina, 1 Main St, Avon for appetizers, beer and wine. All proceeds go to the Avon Environmental Commission supporting the Sylvan Lake conservation and recycling efforts.

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Avon School Celebrates Earth Day

AVON SCHOOL CELEBRATES EARTH DAY On Earth Day, last Wednesday, April 22, Avon Elementary School First and Eighth Grader Students displayed their commitment to the environment at an event sponsored by the School and the Avon Environmental Commission. The First Graders, donning greenery crowns, recited and acted out a poem that the class had prepared…

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Avon by the Sea Recycling Program Resolution 2015

Avon by the Sea Recycling Program Resolution 2015

Avon by the Sea Environmental Commission RESOLUTION Enhancement of Borough Recycling Program The Avon by the Sea Environmental Commission commends the Borough Department of Public Works’ recycling efforts and makes the following recommendations to the Borough Mayor and Commissioners to enhance the Borough’s recycling program and increase the amount of recyclable material that Recycling Containers…

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Avon’s Single Stream Recycling

Avon’s Single Stream Recycling Avon now has Single Stream Recycling. That means that residents no longer need to separate plastics, glass, newspapers, and other recyclable materials. The following items can all be mixed together in a single container for recycling: tin cans, aluminum cans, glass bottles, plastic household containers, newspaper, cardboard, office paper, envelopes, computer…

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