But recycle is the last resort to keep these materials out of a landfill, said Kathy Ortt, volunteer coordinator of the Marietta Area Recycling Center. We hope that people will first reduce their ชุดเครื่องนอน ราคาส่ง waste and then reuse the materials that they can, or make that material available for others to reuse. Geoff Schenkel, a local artist with pieces on display both in his own studio in Harmar and at the John Rossi Art gallery on Front Street in Marietta, said much of his work is through reusing found items as basis for his work. We just finished installing work in the Marietta College Band Hall as part of this weekends Brick Street Arts Bash, he said Friday. The majority of my work is in metal, wood, fabrics and paper but we havent ever set up something quite this size before. Its a pretty eclectic sampling of materials. Photos submitted by Geoff Schenkel Furniture and accessories made out of reused materials are installed in the Marietta College Band Hall on Third Street for the Brick Street Arts Bash Saturday. Ortt said not only do artists come by the recycling center for materials like glass and metals, but painters ask for cardboard and farmers ask for shredded paper for animal bedding and garden beds. Theres a whole satellite industry for reuse and we encourage it, she said. We make no money on hauling glass so come and take what you need, just be safe. Rob Reiter, head of the Southeastern Ohio Joint Solid Waste Management District, said curbside recycling collections have decreased in recent years. Marietta had approximately 1,400 tons of recycling in 2015 but that dropped a couple hundred in 2016, he said.
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