Recycle Drop-off By East Peoria Green First Come First Served Accepted
CLEAN glass, cardboard, paper, aluminum cans, steel cans
Plastic – ONLY #1 & #2 bottles & jugs Not Accepted
caps, jar lids, window glass Saturday, October 3rd 8:30 A.M. – 11:30 A.M. Central Jr. High School, 601 Taylor St. One Dollar donation asked for but not mandatory per car.
Curbside recycling has been put on hold for now in East Peoria. East Peoria Green hopes that in the not too distant future we will have this Earth friendly action back in service. Notable information on recycling is shown in the next few photos. Please look them over and be aware of what recycling companies are currently looking for, or discarding in the dump. The closer you follow these tips the more of a demand there will be for recyclables from East Peoria. Remember, ‘If in doubt. Throw it out.’ Hope to see our blue topped curbside recycling toters on the street soon.
Don’t forget that you can still recycle by taking your materials out to Peoria Disposal Company, PDC, on the edge of Pekin. 14379 IL-29 Pekin, IL 61554 353-3333
Heart of Illinois Group Sierra Club members, Beth and Ryan Johnson, of East Peoria, are thrilled with their new solar panels. The pollution free electricity the panels generate will help the world win the battle against climate crisis. They said that the thought that they are helping to preserve the environment with this installation is very satisfying. They are also looking forward to tracking the energy produced by their array in real time with an app on their phones. The installation was designed and installed by Ruyle Mechanical. Kiersten Sheets of Ruyle made the whole process from start to finish relatively stress free. The panels are American made, high efficiency, Solaria panels and were installed by union workers from Ruyle. As you can see in the picture their 5KW system is made up of 14 panels and should cover the electricity needs of the Johnson household. Because of incentives and rebates the Johnsons will have recovered all of their investment in less than 8 years. The solar panels are warrantied for 25 years and will probably last well beyond their warranty.