Recent tips from the Library's email newsletter.
Get the app! You Recycle? iRecycle.
Recycling is the easiest and most accessible way to get people plugged into sustainability.
iRecycle provides access to more than 800,000 recycling and disposal resources for more than 240 materials, plus the latest in green news to match your lifestyle.
Available at the iTunes App Store and Android Market.
Roselle residents can recycle broken and tangled strands of non-working holiday lights through a new program sponsored by the Village of Roselle.
Bring unusable indoor, outdoor, LED, or specialty holiday lights in to the holiday light recycling drop boxes located at Village Hall, 31 S. Prospect Street, and at Clauss Recreation Center, 555 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
--from the Roselle e-News (12/9/2010)
Did you know that your ink cartridges/toner can last longer and you can save paper, too, by switching to the "ecofont?"
Developed by the Dutch company Sprang, Ecofont uses 20% less ink than regular fonts.
The font is free to download and free to use. Why not give it a try!
Looking for a place to recycle?
Check out this new video from SCARCE that explains what they except as donations, and what you can do with the things they don't accept.
The "Libraries Going Green" logo © Penny Walsh, St. Charles Public Library.
The Green Team Task Force
The Green Team Task Force at Roselle Public Library is working to reduce the environmental footprint of the Library.
Follow our quest for an Earth Flag!
We'll share what we are doing, suggest things that you can do and provide links to local events, websites, blogs and other online resources.
Did you know:
- The Library has an Environmental Plan? We are committed to our current environmental sustainability practices and "... to investigate future practices and "Green" opportunities to encourage the environmental awareness of the Board of Trustees, Library Staff and the Roselle Community."
- You can drop-off used inkjet cartridges, old eyeglasses and hearing aids, and, of course, Campbell Soup labels (Labels for Education program), at the Library? More drop-off opportunities coming soon.
- The Library subscribes to eMagazine, a bimonthly "clearinghouse" of information, news and resources for people concerned about the environment who want to know "What can I do?" to make a difference.
Watch this spot for more green ideas!
- iRecycle: iRecycle provides access to more than 800,000 recycling and disposal resources for more than 240 materials, plus the latest in green news to match your lifestyle.
Get the app for iPhone and Android.