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Posted on: November 10, 2020

Take the Pledge to Recycle in Honor of America Recycles Day November 15

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The City of Hudson’s Environmental Awareness Committee is encouraging all Hudson residents to make a meaningful difference today and throughout the year to reduce waste, recycle more, and recycle right to increase the collective impact on the environment. Take the #BeRecycled pledge in honor of American Recycles Day November 15 to show your commitment to this cause. America Recycles Day is an initiative of Keep American Beautiful

The City requires all trash haulers in Hudson to offer free curbside recycling. It is a great, easy way to recycle at home. All haulers offer single-stream recycling. Separating recyclables is no longer necessary.

To recycle right, check with your local recycling trash hauler to be certain they will accept everything you place in your recycling bin. For more information about American Recycles Day and about recycling in general, visit

The pledge just takes a few minutes. To pledge, go to the American Recycles Day website.

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