Mar 10

Earth Day Recycling

Earth Day is April 22, 2014

Since 1970 it has been known as the day to spread awareness and promote a cleaner earth-day-recycling-150x150environment.

The founder of Earth Day, Gaylord Nelson, at the time was a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin knew that if he could gain public awareness about pollution, it would demand a national protection of the environment. Earth Day 1970 created a combined support effort from politicians, businesses and households. The success of Earth Day help create the development of the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

In 1990, Earth Day went global, combining 200 million people in 141 countries and increasing environmental concerns onto the world spotlight. Earth Day 1990 started the huge boost to recycling efforts worldwide and marked the way for the 1992 United Nations Earth Summit. In 1995, President Bill Clinton awarded Senator Nelson the Presidential Medal of Freedom — the highest honor given to civilians in the United States — for his role as the founder of Earth Day.

Today, millions of Americans participate every year for a healthy, cleaner environment in a national effort that promotes recycling and clean-up of our local communities.

On April 22nd, Earth Day 2014, there may be many ways to promote a cleaner environment. D & L Recycling LLC invites you to be a part of Earth Day and help by keeping landfills free of recyclable metal. Bring in your aluminum cans, steel, iron, aluminum, copper, brass and receive CASH on the spot! It is a great way to be a part of a growing concern and earn money for your effort. Give us a call for current prices on all your scrap metal items.

D & L Recycling is conveniently located in Valley City Ohio. Just minutes from Brunswick, Strongsville, Medina, Hinckley, Columbia Station and other surrounding communities.