Recycling Bin Initiative (RBI) presented by Montgomery Count Environmental Services
Montgomery County and Dayton Dragons are Recycling Right
By Josh Hess / Dayton Dragons | April 2, 2019 4:14 PM
Dayton, Ohio - The Dayton Dragons and Montgomery County Environmental Services are once again teaming up for the Recycling Bin Initiative (RBI) Program. This free, fun, and educational program is for kids and families to learn about household recycling and how recycling benefits the economy and the environment. The RBI Program only requires two weeks of tracking recycling to participate, but families are encouraged to keep up the good work afterwards.
There are some new changes to the program this year. In addition to a new logo and brand, participants will learn about how to "recycle right," as well as what items can and cannot be recycled.
"Not everything can be recycled, and some items that can't be recycled may come as a surprise to many participants," said Montgomery County Commissioner Judy Dodge. "It's important that our citizens learn good recycling habits, because having better materials makes the whole recycling system more financially sustainable."
Hundreds of thousands of cans, glass, cardboard, and plastic have been saved from the landfill thanks to the recycling efforts of participants over the past nine years.
All participants will receive up to four Dragons lawn tickets to RBI Night at a sold-out Dragons game, an exclusive RBI water bottle and recycling bin, and will be eligible to win other great Dragons prizes and experiences.
Montgomery County Environmental Services provides water and water reclamation (sewer) services to 80,000 customers, and solid waste and recycling services to 525,000 citizens in Montgomery County, Ohio. The department offers educational outreach programs for local schools, communities, and businesses that want to learn more about conservation and sustainability in the Miami Valley region. For more information, visit www.mcohio.org/departments/environmental_services/, or follow us on Twitter or Facebook (@mcohioes).
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