RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com0 -- The annual AT&T “Project ReDirectory” phone book recycling program in Northern Nevada will conclude this Sunday, February 5th. Residents were given two additional weeks to recycle their phone books at select City of Reno, City of Sparks and Washoe County drop-off locations. Phone books can be recycled at area Scolari’s, Sak ’n Save, Waste Management Recycle America, AT&T offices, with curbside recyclables, or select park locations. AT&T, which brings you the “YP Real Yellow Pages”, will donate new trees to area parks when they are recycled at select parks. For a complete list of drop-off locations go to ktmb.org.
PHONE BOOKS FOR TREES PARK DROP OFF LOCATIONS*:
City of Reno
City of Sparks
Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center
Bartley Ranch Regional Park
Neil Road Recreation Center
Bonaventura Senior Living
Lazy 5 Regional Park
Sparks City Hall
Reno City Hall
Sparks Parks and Recreation
South Valleys Regional Park
Washoe County Senior Center
Alf Sorenson Community Center
Rancho San Rafael Park
*Community Recycling Locations: Scolari’s and Sak ‘n Save stores, AT&T offices and Waste Management Recycle America stations.
AT&T Project ReDirectory wants to remind the public, that phone book paper is a reusable material that can be recycled over and over again. Help give your old phone book a chance to be recycled into new telephone book paper. Please bring your old directories to one of the many recycling drop off locations available through this program.
This is the 21st annual phone book recycling campaign coordinated by Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, Scolari’s Food & Drug Company, YP Real Yellow Pages, and Waste Management Recycle America. Residents of rural communities throughout northern Nevada can find out how to recycle outdated phone books in their area by calling 1-800-953-4400.
If you would like to find out what phone books are being delivered to your household or want to
stop receiving your directories altogether, please visit the http://www.yellowpagesoptout.com/.