Another caught green-handed


Buster the Mouse from the Clinton County Solid Waste District has caught the second winner in the Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Harry Brumbaugh was caught “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling containers located at Blanchester Kroger. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For his efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Harry received several recycled content prizes. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars, and newspapers. For a list of the local recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit the SWMD’s website at www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still two weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout — you could be the next person caught green-handed!

Buster the Mouse from the Clinton County Solid Waste District has caught the second winner in the Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Harry Brumbaugh was caught “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling containers located at Blanchester Kroger. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For his efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Harry received several recycled content prizes. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars, and newspapers. For a list of the local recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit the SWMD’s website at www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still two weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout — you could be the next person caught green-handed!


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Buster the Mouse from the Clinton County Solid Waste District has caught the second winner in the Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Harry Brumbaugh was caught “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling containers located at Blanchester Kroger. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For his efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Harry received several recycled content prizes. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars, and newspapers. For a list of the local recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit the SWMD’s website at www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still two weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout — you could be the next person caught green-handed!

Buster the Mouse from the Clinton County Solid Waste District has caught the second winner in the Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Harry Brumbaugh was caught “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling containers located at Blanchester Kroger. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For his efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Harry received several recycled content prizes. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars, and newspapers. For a list of the local recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit the SWMD’s website at www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still two weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout — you could be the next person caught green-handed!
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_giant-rat-1.jpgBuster the Mouse from the Clinton County Solid Waste District has caught the second winner in the Get Caught Recycling Campaign. Harry Brumbaugh was caught “green-handed” putting the proper recyclables into the community drop-off recycling containers located at Blanchester Kroger. This year’s Get Caught Recycling theme is Rest & Relaxation. For his efforts in practicing the 3 R’s, Harry received several recycled content prizes. Don’t miss out on this chance to win great prizes by simply recycling household items such as bottles, jars, and newspapers. For a list of the local recycling drop-off locations and acceptable materials, visit the SWMD’s website at www.co.clinton.oh.us/recycling. There are still two weeks left in the campaign, so be on the lookout — you could be the next person caught green-handed! Courtesy photo