ReCART Recycling

ReCART Recycling

The City of Atlanta’s pilot recycling program has been expanded! Neighbors on the northern end of the neighborhood (Inman Street, Altoona Place, etc) have already enjoyed the big blue recycling bins for a little while now. But as of April a few more streets have been added to the ReCART program. ReCART encourages recycling by giving points for the amount of items you recycle. The more you recycle the more points you receive. Eventually when enough points are collected participating companies give out free goodies – ranging from money off restaurants to free cans of cat food.

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Incentive-Based Recycling Program

City of Atlanta Announces Launch of New Incentive-Based Pilot Recycling Program to Promote Sustainability

When: Thursday, Oct. 29, 2009 at 10:00am

Where: The World of Coca-Cola
Pemberton Place – Greenspace between World of Coca-Cola and Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker St NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place in the Bottle Cap Suite

Parking will be provided in the Pemberton Place parking deck located on Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard between Centennial Olympic Park Drive and Luckie Street

Details: The City of Atlanta, in partnership with Rehrig Pacific, a container company and service provider along with sponsor Coca-Cola Enterprises, celebrate the launch of an exciting new recycling rewards pilot program powered by RecycleBank® and coming to Atlanta residents. The event will host city officials, Rehrig Pacific, Coca-Cola and RecycleBank representatives, as well as feature automated recycling truck demonstrations. Refreshments will be provided by Coca-Cola. Representatives from all organizations will be on hand to answer questions and explain how the program works. Already a success in 21 states and in the United Kingdom, the new recycling rewards program, powered by RecycleBank®, allows households to earn Points redeemable at local and national retailers in exchange for recycling.

Read more about the RecycleBank program on their website,

Weekly Garbage Pick-Up Resumes

Beginning the week of September 14, the Department of Public Works will resume weekly collection of household garbage, recycling and yard waste.