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America Recycles Day 11.15.12 at Fisherman's Wharf

Posted by FWCBD on Monday, 12 November 2012 in Sustainability

To celebrate America Recycles Day 2012, Keep California Beautiful, California Resource Recovery Association and Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water are partnering to host a volunteer recycling education and beautification event. The event will take place on America Recycles Day (Thursday, November 15) from 8:30 a.m. (volunteer check-in) to noon in the Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco.

The event will also celebrate the recent launch of Arrowhead’s ReBornTM bottle, made with 50% recycled plastic. Learn more about about the ReBorn bottle and Arrowhead’s commitment to preserving nature and advancing recycling at: 

Please see below for more information on volunteer projects taking place at the event. Your participation is fundamental to the success of the event and is much appreciated! 

If you’d like to join us, please RSVP via email to for more information. Please include your name, phone number and number of volunteers attending from your group. Volunteers will receive an event shirt made of 50% organic cotton and 50% recycled plastic and be entered in the drawings for prizes and gift cards!

Volunteer Projects:

• Pier 45 cleanup and recycling/composting training for park visitors
• Painting, varnishing and cleanup at the Hyde Street Pier with Maritime Museum
• Beach and park cleanup at Aquatic Park with Aquarium of the Bay
• Underwater cleanup and education in Aquatic Park with Rozalia Project
• Assist Presidio Trust gardeners in maintaining and enhancing the Presidio’s historic gardens at Inspiration Point Overlook. (For this project, volunteers ages 10 and up are welcome with adult supervision.) Registration for this site is through:
• Invasive weed removal from San Francisco shoreline on Crissy Field with Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. (For this project, volunteers ages 10 and up are welcome with adult supervision.) Registration for this site is through:

More information on all volunteer projects can be found at
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