“CAUGHT GREEN HANDED”
“The ‘Caught Green Handed’ recognition is presented monthly to a Horry County resident caught in the act of recycling” stated Esther Murphy, Director of Recycling and Corporate Affairs for the Solid Waste Authority. “It’s the Solid Waste Authority’s way of recognizing and thanking citizens who have made the effort to recycle. Through their recycling efforts, natural resources are saved and the amount of waste being landfilled is reduced.” For more information on recycling, please contact the Solid Waste Authority at 843.347.1651.
Conway area resident Ana Hernandez as the “Caught Green Handed” recipient for the month of July 2020.
Longs area resident William Robert Poelker as the “Caught Green Handed” recipient for the month of June 2020.
Reynaldo Perez, May 2020 Caught Green Handed Recipient
Loris area resident Cathy Smith as the “Caught Green Handed” recipient for the month of April.
Tia and Jayonna Rangel, February 2020 Caught Green Handed Recipient
Gary Seybold, January 2020 Caught Green Handed Recepient
Anthony Rosaves, December 2019 Caught Green Handed Recipient.
Harold Phillips, November 2019 Caught Green Handed Recipient.
Nancy Gaul, “Caught Green Handed” recipient for the month of September
Jason Medeiros, July 2019 Caught Green Handed Recipient
Meredith Marcell, June 2019 Caught Green Handed Recipient
Eugene Parker, May 2019 Caught Green Handed Recipient.
Links of Interest
South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle License Plate
The Reduce Reuse Recycle license plate is available to all South Carolina Residents. The cost of the plate is $30 every two years in addition to the regular registration fee. A portion of the fees collected for this plate will support the SC Recycling Industry, provide education and increase awareness of recycling in the state. Visit http://www.scdmvonline.com/vehicle-owners/license-plates/plate-gallery for more information on acquiring this license plate.
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Discover more ways to conserve, protect and go green at www.scdhec.gov.
United States Environmental Protection Agency
Find out the latest that our government is doing to protect our environment epa.gov.
South Carolina Department of Commerce
Provides information on the economic impact of recycling in the state. Visit them at www.recyclinginsc.com.