Ogden Dunes resident earns Master Recycler certification

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Published on July 01, 2015 with No Comments

Mollway (left) was instrumental in helping with and orchestrating Ogden Dunes town cleanup days.

Judy Mollway received her certificate and badge to become the newest Porter County Certified Master Recycler.

The Ogden Dunes resident was recognized at the quarterly board of directors meeting of the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County. She recently completed 30 volunteer hours, thereby fulfilling all requirements of the Porter County Master Recycler Program, sponsored by the district.

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Board Recognition: Judy Mollway (front left) with Portage Council Member Sue Lynch (right), board chair, who received her Master Recycler Certification at the Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County Board of Directors meeting. Also pictured, back from left, Porter County Commissioner Laura Blaney, Kouts Town Council Member James Murphy, Porter County Council Member Karen Conover, Citizens Advisory Committee Vice Chair Walt Breitinger, Executive Director Therese Davis, Citizens Advisory Committee Chair Duane Davison, and Portage Mayor John Snyder. Not pictured: Porter County Commissioners John Evans and Jeff Good

Volunteer hours can consist of either educating the public on waste reduction or creating recycling programs.

Mollway fulfilled her educational requirement by attending classes last fall, which consisted of guest speakers who talked about recycling processes, landfills, household hazardous waste, vermicomposting, backyard composting, electronics recycling and more. The program also included field trips.

The purpose of the Porter County Master Recycler Program is to create a volunteer pool of knowledgeable residents who help to educate and inspire others in the community to reduce waste at home and work. Master Recycler Programs originated in the Pacific Northwest, and there are a few sprinkled around the rest of the United States.

“The class provides a comprehensive approach to waste reduction in Porter County,” said Donna Stuckert, district public education coordinator. “It’s great for anyone who is interested in learning how they can make a difference in the environment and who wants to help others learn more.”

The next Master Recycler class is scheduled to begin in September. Anyone who lives or works in Porter County can register for the next class on the district’s website, generic tablets generic vag cream kaufen estradiol valerate price does increase serum estrogen. dog ate 25mg of oestradiol estradiol 270 i forgot . For more information, call 465-3819.

The Recycling & Waste Reduction District of Porter County is an agency dedicated to improving the environment and quality of life by providing services and educational programs which help residents reduce, reuse, and recycle.

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