Recycling Roundup (A Year in Review)
I’m not sure how a full year has passed since I took over the reins of the WMEA Program. It’s been a whirlwind of learning about recycling in general and how we, as Paulding County residents, contribute specifically to keeping material out of landfill. One of the highlights has been all the great people I’ve met. Recyclers are a passionate bunch and there are a lot of you in the County. It’s always fun to get in quick visits at the Payne/Junction/Latty pickups. Candace Feehan and Jenn Zartman...
WMEA New Website
Your WMEA Program has been up and running during the Covid-19 outbreak, albeit on a limited basis. We’ve still been making pickups at some of the County entities that remained open, supported the school staff as they prepared lunches for our kiddos and did curb-side pickup for some of our Senior Citizens that were concerned about getting out in public. Safety remains a top priority as we use gloves, masks and lots of hand sanitizer. Although we had to suspend our larger trailer pickups, Rob...
RECYCLING UPDATE AS OF APRIL 27, 2020
Due to the Covid19 Virus, ALL recycling activity and pickups provided by the Paulding County WMEA Program have been suspended until further notice. This includes the Paulding County Fairground’s and Cecil Fire Station pickups that would normally occur the first Saturday of the month from 9-11am. Please contact Shannon Ruschel at the WMEA office with questions 419-399-3630 or email@example.com
RECYCLING UPDATE AS OF APRIL 1, 2020
Due to the Covid19 Virus, all recycling activity and pickups provided by the Paulding County WMEA Program have been suspended until further notice. The exception to this directive is the Paulding County Fairground’s and Cecil Fire Station pickups that occur the first Saturday of the month from 9-11am. We had to suspend the Program because it was determined that we cannot maintain the sanitizing and social distancing procedures required to keep those that process the recycling, safe. This...