Recycle holiday lights while giving back to local children
Saginaw, Mich-- The Mid Michigan Waste Authority is teaming up with the Can Council for the third year to help you get rid of those old Christmas lights and at the same time help a good cause.
The MMWA Holiday Light Recycle Drive runs until January 15th. There are several drop off spots throughout Saginaw and Gratiot counties . So far the waste authority has saved more than three tons of lights from being put into landfills. The recycled lights are scrapped for metal and the proceeds go to the Can Council that protects abused and neglected children.
"This not only helps us to raise funds, but awareness. Having the MMWA talking about child abuse while recycling is such a gift in addition to the dollars they raise," said Can Council President, Suzanne Greenberg.
The locations are listed below.
Bridgeport Twp Governmental Center
6206 Dixie Highway, Bridgeport
•The CAN Council
1311 N Michigan Ave, Saginaw
•Kochville Twp Office
5851 Mackinaw Rd, Saginaw
•Mid Michigan Waste Authority
2063 S Miller Rd, Saginaw
•Richland Twp Administrative Office
1180 N Hemlock Rd, Hemlock
•Saginaw Twp Dept of Public Services
4870 Shattuck Rd, Saginaw
•St. Charles Public Library
104 W Spruce St, St. Charles
•Thomas Twp Public Safety Building
8215 Shields Dr, Saginaw
•Tittabawassee Twp Park
(during Freeland Light Show starting 11/24)
9200 Midland Rd, Freeland
•Wheeler Twp Office
8510 E Monroe Rd, Wheeler
•Zilwaukee City Administration Building
319 Tittabawassee Rd, Saginaw