Defenders Open Woodstock Styrofoam Recycling Center

From left to right: Jim Prindiville, City Councilman, Joe Starzynski, Environmental Defenders’ Board member and Rotary Club, Cynthia Kanner, Executive Director, Environmental Defenders, Roscoe Stelfort, City Manager of Woodstock and Woodstock’s Mayor Brian Sager.

On Friday, May 11, The Environmental Defenders of McHenry County proudly opened its newest Styrofoam Collection Site in partnership with The City of Woodstock’s Public Works facility on 326 Washington Street.

The collection shed was funded by a generous grant from the Rotary Club of Woodstock and anonymous donors, and is open to all residents of the county daily from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

In order to protect this site and our ability to offer this special collection, Styrofoam must be clean when dropped off.

Thanks to all of our volunteers who make this collection possible, which keeps Styrofoam away from our watershed and land.

And many thanks to our partners U-Haul, Dart Company and Chicago Logistic Service.


Defenders Open Woodstock Styrofoam Recycling Center — 7 Comments

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