Recycle Brevard Invites Public to New Rockledge Location Grand Opening Ceremony April 24

public is invited to bring unwanted reusable items

Recycle Brevard, Inc. is pleased to announce the grand opening of its new facility located at 1535 Cogswell Street, Unit C-15, Rockledge.

 

BREVARD COUNTY • ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA– Recycle Brevard, Inc. announced the grand opening of its new facility located at 1535 Cogswell Street, Unit C-15 in Rockledge.

The grand opening celebration will be held at the facility 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The official ribbon-cutting ceremony will be performed by the City of Rockledge at 5 p.m.

Recycle Brevard invites the public to attend and participate in the event which also coincides with the first anniversary of its facility and Earth Day celebration.

The public is invited to bring unwanted reusable items, TerraCycle hard-to-recycle items, and unwanted electronics to recycle at Recycle Brevard free of charge.

Click here for a list of what is acceptable.

Light refreshments will be served and there will be music, information, and activities for families.

Recycle Brevard is an independent not-for-profit organization focused on reducing waste and promoting sustainable living through advocacy, action, and education. It is 100 percent funded by sponsorships and donations, 100% run by volunteers.

Recycle Brevard was formally incorporated in 2013 with the goals of promoting sustainable living and the 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) in the community through educational programs and through various projects in partnership with local schools and organizations.

ABOVE MAP: Recycle Brevard’s newest location is at 1535 Cogswell Street, Unit C-15, Rockledge.

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Additionally, it encourages members of the community to practice the 3Rs, inspiring them to take action and encouraging them to participate in initiatives that contribute to building a more sustainable community.

Recycle Brevard’s founder and president, Marcia Booth, believes this is an important milestone for the organization.

“This is the fruition of a lot of work from a few dedicated volunteers and support from the community. I am grateful for that,” said Booth.

“Having a facility available to the public,” she continues, “increases our reach and the potential for the work that Recycle Brevard has undertaken in the past, and creates more opportunities for what we can do in the future.”

Click here for more information or questions about Recycle Brevard or connect with them through one of their social media channels.

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