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Eastern Shore Associates’ ‘Green’ Initiatives Save Kilowatts, Trees, and Dollars

Eastern Shore Associates Insurance (ESA), a Trusted Choice® agency, has saved more than 100 trees, and will save more than 34,135 kilowatts as part of energy saving and recycling initiatives throughout its offices, said Melissa Calverase, ESA vice president, finance. “We’ve nearly completed refitting all the lighting in our Fulton office through National Grid’s Energy

Fulton Will Charge To Remove TVs, Monitors & Microwaves

It’s going to cost you to put some electronic devices to the curb in Fulton from now on. The only question is whether it will cost you a little or a lot.

Tuesday, Fulton’s Common Council approved a set of fees to cover the cost of picking up TVs, monitors and microwaves as part of the city’s trash and garbage pickup.

Oswego County Implements $5 Fee to Recycle TVs, Monitors and Microwaves

County Legislator Fred Beardsley, chairman of the Infrastructure and Facilities Committee, said the electronics recycling program has been very successful but has become increasingly expensive to maintain, especially over the last two years. In 2009 the solid waste department paid more than $85,000 to dispose of recycled electronics.

Got Plastic? Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County to Survey Agriculture Producers For Potential Recycling Project

In response to recent regulations from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation prohibiting open burning, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County (CCE Oswego County) is exploring the possibility of a collaborative effort with other county agencies to help local farmers address the issue of agricultural plastics disposal.

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