Jennifer Jarland Answers Recycling Questions at May 18 Forum at WCC
You’ve reacted to her recycling Q&A stories and marveled at her recycling tips. Now you’ll have a chance meet Kane County Recycling Coordinator Jennifer Jarland in person Friday, May 18, when she headlines a seminar at Waubonsee Community College titled, “Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!”
Hosted by the West Towns Community Resource Team, the program will include a slide presentation, time for questions and answers and some fun giveaways, including the Kane County Recycling Guidelines Poster.
The free, public event takes place from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, May 18, at the Student Center, Room STC 106, at Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove Campus at IL Route 47 and Waubonsee Drive.
During the meeting, you’ll get a chance to meet Jarland and get the lowdown on what you should be recycling at home and at work. She’ll cover what can and cannot go in your curbside recycling cart, where and how to recycle many other things that you can’t put in the bin and offer her Top Recycling Tips.
You’ll also learn where you can recycle items at drop-off locations throughout Kane County, including Styrofoam, electronics, books, hazardous waste, batteries, paint. She’ll recap recycling events scheduled for this year and all of the things you can take to them, including the free confidential document shredding dates.
For more information, contact Jarland at 630-208-3841 or email@example.com.
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- Recycling Q&A: Can I Put Shredded Paper in My Curbside Recycling? (Sadly, No)
- Recycling Q&A: Can I Recycle Boxes For Frozen Foods? (Sadly, No!)
- Recycling Q&A: Should We Put Caps on Containers? Household Batteries On The Curb?
- Recycling Q&A: Unscrewing the Mystery of Mason Jars And Metal Lids
- Recycling Tips: Learn The 4 R’s, Think Creatively and ‘Win the Bin’!
- Recycling Tips: DO NOT Put Plastic Bags in Your Recycling Bin!
- Recycling Tips: Can I Recycle Cash Register Receipts? Used Aluminum Foil? Yogurt Containers?
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About Jennifer Jarland
Jennifer Jarland has been the recycling program coordinator for Kane County since 2011. Her work includes managing the electronics recycling sites, conducting recycling collection events, household hazardous waste program management, and public outreach.
While managing, improving, and expanding recycling programs for Kane County, she also works with fellow Illinois County and agency colleagues on broader state issues, such as food scrap composting, electronics recycling, and product stewardship initiatives. She presently serves as secretary on two boards: the Illinois Food Scrap Coalition and the Illinois Counties Solid Waste Management Association.
About The West Towns Network
The West Towns Network is a free, confidential resource and referral service for residents of Big Rock, Blackberry, Kaneville, Sugar Grove and Virgil townships. Callers are linked to more than 80 agencies in Kane, Kendall and DeKalb counties that provide affordable health and human services. Services range from prenatal care to in home assistance for seniors, as well as counseling, substance abuse and general assistance.
Free, confidential resource and referral services to over 80 agencies in Kane, Kendall and DeKalb counties. West Towns can help you find:
- Individual, marital or family counseling
- Substance abuse treatment
- Credit counseling
- Disability services
- Emergency housing
- Day programs for seniors
- In-home assistance for seniors
- Grief support
- Domestic violence services
- Sexual assault/abuse help
- Developmental screening & services for infants and toddlers
- Emergency financial assistance
- Support groups
- Help for depression or anxiety
- Mental illness treatment
- Respite services
- Parenting support
Contact the agency at 630-466-5236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.