Keansburg recycled TONS over the weekend

Keansburg Borough recycled about 2,750 pounds of paper and about 6 tons of electronics this weekend at the First Annual Earth Day Recycling Expo on Saturday, April 26.

Residents from across Monmouth County turned out to have their sensitive documents shredded and dump various computer parts, television sets and stereos.

Recycling Coordinator Jim Falco said the borough coordinated with Monmouth County and Data-Guard, an on-site document destruction company based in Lakewood.

To read more about what it meant for Keansburg to provide these recycling services and who turned out on Saturday, pick up a copy of The Courier on May 1.

To learn more about Data-Guard, visit its Web site.

PHOTO: I was fortunate enough to be lifted up in the loader truck to take pictures of the already full dumpster. What a view! Don’t worry, I’m not actually in with this load. (Melissa L. Gaffney)

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