Posted on July 5, 2022

Bottle Cap Collection Paused

NOTICE: July 7-9, 2022 This is the last week to drop off your plastic bottle caps for the Recycle on the Rock recycling project!
Please note that as Seaside Reclaimed is pausing bottle cap collection for their Recycle on the Rock project, that this is the last week for bottle cap drop off here at the St. John’ Farmers’ Market, 245 Freshwater Road.
While the last date for island-wide collection sites is Thursday, July 7th, Trevor is extending drop-offs here at the St. John’s Farmers’ Market, 245 Freshwater Road, until this Saturday, July 9th.
If you have been saving up for a drop-off, this week is your last chance for a while.
Collection bin is in the front entrance, open at the following times:
– Wednesday July 6th, 5-9pm
– Thursday July 7th, 5-9pm
– Saturday July 9th, 9am-4pm
Read Seaside Reclaimed’s full post for more details and all the info on the next phase of their project.
After this date SJFM is NOT able to accept or store bottle caps.
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