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Posted on: July 12, 2017

Anti-litter and recycling programs help build a better world

Shreveport Green
We are building a better world this summer at the library during our Summer Reading Program. One way to build a better world is by keeping your neighborhood litter free and recycling. Join us for two green programs this week to learn how to reduce litter and recycle!

Shreveport Green will visit our Cedar Grove/Line Ave. Branch on Monday, July 17 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. for “Your Litter Hits Close to Home.” Litter can be many things from cigarette butts, bottles, bags, and cans to banana peels, gum, and apple cores that are disposed of improperly, according to Keep Louisiana Beautiful.

 “Your Litter Hits Close to Home” will feature a litter control workshop to inform patrons and the community on ways to prevent littering and mishandling of solid waste at home and school.

Our Hollywood/Union Avenue Branch will encourage patrons to “Recycle: Build a Better World” on Thursday, July 27 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. The program will explore the many benefits of recycling, ways in which patrons can recycle, and what items can be recycled.

All ages are encouraged to attend.
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