Sheridan Media’s Trees for Trash took place this past Saturday, May 1 at the city landfill on 83 E Ridge Road. Selena Parker, the recycling of solid waste coordinator for the city of Sheridan, shares more details about the event.
According to Parker, individuals can transport up to one ton of trash, limited to one ton each visit. Many sponsors donated the trees to be handed out for the occasion. The purpose of trees for trash is to give the community an opportunity to purge of unwanted excess they may have around their home or yard. It is also a great way to get involved and help the environment. Volunteers from around the community offered their time assisting with the event.
In case you missed it, the next free landfill day is on May 8. The next one after that will not be until October 23. No trees will be donated during these dates. For more information about the Sheridan city landfill go to sheridanwy.gov