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City of Knoxville, Tennessee
Madeline Rogero, Mayor
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For Immediate Release
Residents urged to recycle and win cash for the city
City Recycling Challenge
Aluminum Can Recycling Info
Keep Knoxville Beautiful
Knoxville Recycling Coalition
UT Recycles, UT Cares

November 1, 2004 - City of Knoxville and Knox County residents who recycle their aluminum cans could help the city win cash prizes that will fund recycling projects throughout the year.

The City Recycling Challenge is a national contest that rewards cities for recycling aluminum beverage cans from Nov. 2-15.

City Recycling Challenge"Considering that the average American drinks 370 beverages in aluminum cans each year, promoting aluminum recycling makes environmental sense," said Mayor Bill Haslam. "It also makes sense because nothing recycles quicker. It only takes 60 days to turn the empty cans in your recycling bin into new cans on retailers' shelves."

To help encourage and promote recycling, The U.S. Conference of Mayors has partnered with the Alcan Corporation to create the Cans for Cash - City Recycling Challenge.

Residents can take their cans to any of the City of Knoxville recycling drop-off centers, Knox County conveyance centers or any of the private recycling companies listed below.

City of Knoxville Drop Off Centers

Kroger Stores
2217 Broadway (Broadway Shopping Center)
5003 Broadway (Fountain City)
5425 Clinton Highway
4440 Western Ave. at Clinton (I-640 Plaza, to the right and behind the stores)
4918 Kingston Pike (Knox Plaza)
9395 Kingston Pike (behind Market Place)

Goodwill Collection Centers
225 W. Moody Ave

Food City Stores
5941 Kingston Pike
2939 Alcoa Highway

Knox County Convenience Center Locations
Carter - 8815 Asheville Hwy.
Dutchtown - 10618 Dutchtown Rd.
Forks of the River - 3106 Water Plant Rd.
Halls - 3608 Neal Rd.
John Sevier - 810 John Sevier Hwy.
Karns - 6818 Oak Ridge Hwy.
Powell - 1514 West Emory Rd.
Tazewell Pike - 7128 Tazewell Pike

These businesses pay cash for aluminum cans brought to their facility
Advance Polymer Recycling - 200 West Springdale Av.
Philip Metals - 2826 N. Central St.
SP Recycling - 2810 Hoitt Av.
Tennessee Metals - 2630 Pickle Ln. or 305 West Quincy Street

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