ZEROlandfill
2:09 pm
Fri August 24, 2012

ZEROlandfill begins this weekend

ZEROlandfill Cincinnati is back for a fifth year. The recycling initiative makes design samples and materials available to artists, teachers, students, or anyone who's interested.

The group says the goal is to divert waste from area landfills and promote material re-purposing. It says more than 130,000 pounds of waste has been diverted over the past four years.

Pick-up dates are August 25, September 8 & 22 from 9AM until noon at Linden Pointe in Norwood.

From a release:

Architecture and design firms, along with manufacturer's reps are joining forces to donate expired materials from their libraries. Items such as carpet tiles, fabric swatches, ceramic tiles, plastic laminates & paint chips, wall covering books, and three ring binders are available. All items are FREE, and there is no limit to how much any one person can take - first come, first served!