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Ready for a little trash talking? Well, it’s actually “untrash” talk! Learn all the cans and cannots about the wonderful world of recycling at RecycleU.

Recycling can actually be confusing at times which leads to folks not recycling everything they can. Learn the dos, don’ts, and whys of recycling in the upcoming series of RecycleU classes, provided by Vancouver Solid Waste and Waste Connections.

On Friday, November 2nd from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM attend Recycling 101 at Vancouver City Hall. Here you will learn the basics of what to put in your recycling bin.

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Want to continue your learning and go beyond your curbside recycling bin? On Saturday, November 17th from 10:30 am to 12:00 PM attend Recycling 201 at Fire Station 9 (SE 15th Street). Attendees will learn other ways to recycle and reuse in our community and how recycling, reuse, and waste reduction are making a positive impact in our community and how you can help. You must attend Recycling 101 to attend Recycling 201.

Want to know what happens after your items have been picked up? Check out the Recycling Walking Tour that gives an up-close look at the regional transfer station and local recycling processing on Tuesday, November 13th from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM.

There is even a class for kids! Recycling 101 for Kids will be on Monday, December 3rd from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at the Water Resources Education Center.

Looking for an incentive? When you attend a RecycleU class and share what you learned with your neighborhood association, the association may be eligible for a $120 grant! (grants are only available to officially recognized neighborhood association in the City of Vancouver and Clark County)

None of these dates work for you? Don’t worry, classes are offered often, so check with the City of Vancouver for future dates.

For more information and to register (space is limited), visit the City of Vancouver online.