|A Busy Time for Cosmopolitan industries|
|Friday, 28 September 2012 03:58|
Cosmopolitan Industries will be busy, as a new round of Saskatoon phone books are sent out to businesses and homes, and the old ones are recycled.
Minister of the Environment, Ken Cheveldayoff will officially kick off the 2012 Phonebook Recycling Campaign at a Barbecue at Sutherland School today (Fri).
The goal of the campaign is for every school to take part in the recycling program.
Schools will receive 10 cents for every recycled phone book, up to a maximum of 25 dollars.
There are over 100 thousand old phone books in homes and businesses in Saskatoon.
Last year, 57 thousand of those phone books were recycled.
[ED Sep 27/12]