Hamilton Public Library's Terracycle Initiative Surpasses the 10,000 Wrapper Mark
Pictured in the photograph are [left to right] Board of Trustees President Jeffrey Balling, Library Director George Conwell, and Terracycle Program Coordinator Scott Chianese.
Thanks to the efforts of local residents, the Hamilton Public Library's Terracycle initiative has recently surpassed the 10,000 wrapper mark.
Through this program, Keebler, Nabisco, Scott, and Frito Lay product wrappers that would normally end up in the trash are collected and sent to Terracycle, where they are "upcycled" into products that you can use. In return, the library receives money that is put towards the purchase of books, periodicals, and other items for the use of library patrons. So help keep our town “clean and green” by bringing your wrappers down to the Hamilton Library, 1 Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. Way.
Residents seeking more information can contact Scott Chianese of the Hamilton Township Public Library at 581-4060, or via email at SChianese@HamiltonNJ.com.