Earth Day may only happen once a year, but the hope is that its impact will last far longer.
Middleburg, home to Hunt Country Sotheby’s International Realty, has its very own Go Green Committee which advises the town council on sustainability matters, and this past weekend not only spearheaded the spring town cleanup, but held its annual dead household battery collection day at the town office.
This program ensures that batteries which would otherwise have been tossed in the trash, ending up in the landfill, are collected and sent away for environmentally friendly recycling.
Go Green joined the town's police department which was holding its annual prescription drug take back day, a national event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). They collected bags of expired and no longer needed medicines which are immediately sent to a secure incineration facility.
So hang on to old batteries and drop them off at the town office any time, and bring old Rx drugs next time we hold the take back day.
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Peter has written for his local magazines, Country Zest & Style and Middleburg Life as their Wine contributor. He also enjoys writing blogs on interesting and pertinent real estate matters, so please follow!