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1.07.2010

AIRPORT RECYCLING PART TWO

My original question in this earlier post was:  Where do I recycle a glass bottle at the airport?


Looks like I have to have to go back through security to recycle my glass bottle purchased on the departure gate side or take it with me to my destination, at least until later this year when plans include adding receptacles for glass containers to those areas indicated below:

Here's the answer from 
Helen Ash Ible, CPM,Superintendent - Facilities Maintenance



Your concern has been received and reviewed, and we appreciate your commitment to recycling here in the City of Tallahassee.  Tallahassee Regional Airport participates in the City's recycling in Public Spaces program and currently has various recycling containers not only in the Terminal building, (e.g. customer lounging/seating areas, all office work spaces, Airlines offices and all tenant lease hold areas), but also in both the Short and Long Term parking lots.  These include labeled containers for paper, plastic, aluminum cans, and glass. 

Specifically, we have glass recycling containers at the following locations on airport premises:
  • at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) area checkpoint; 
  • and in the Long Term and Short Term parking lots.

This year, as part of improvement and upgrades to the recycling program, Tallahassee Regional Airport is in the process of adding glass containers in both the seating areas on airside and landside of the terminal including the Baggage claim area.

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