Did you know……
Your Household Hazardous Waste must be separated and cannot go in your trash can. The City of Fort Lauderdale hosts a minimum f collection events each year and has reciprocal arrangements with 5 other cities. You may also take your hazardous waste to collection events hosted by Pompano Beach, Tamarac, Lauderdale Lakes, Coconut Creek, and Coral Springs. The 2016 and 2017 Hazardous Waste drop off days are listed on the City’s website along with a listing of what waste items are collected.
Link to HH Hazardous Waste information and collection sites and dates
Your Wine Corks are recyclable. Just take them to Whole Foods on Federal Highway – there is a collection bin in the wine section of the store! and cannot go in your trash can! Whole Foods has a GREEN MISSION and cork recycling is part of that mission. Whole Foods Market has partnered with Cork ReHarvest in a cork recycling program so that shoppers can recycle their natural wine corks. Recycling helps to reduce demand placed on cork plantations while maintaining the delicate ecosystem of the Mediterranean forests and helps thousands of producers to maintain a sustainable income to support their families.