Continuing its seven years’ old tradition to observe the recycling and tree-planting week every year, CAA Niagara will collect used car batteries between Oct. 3 and Oct. 10. Whatever donations they will collect from the event will go to Trees Ontario. The generated revenue will further help reforesting Niagara forests. Well, it is a unique event offering a twofold benefit i.e. both recycling and reforestation.
Participation in this recycling and tree-planting campaign helps contribute to safer, more environmentally friendly communities and a healthier future for Niagara forests.
Pat Nielsen, president and CEO of CAA Niagara, definitely sounds confident while reflecting his optimism on the proposed event. You will see illegal dumping of car batteries thwarted when the donators will deposit these at the CAA Car Care Centre at 363 Lake St., St. Catharines. Hoping to uphold it forever, Trees Ontario plans to plant 10 million trees every year by 2015. Sounds feasibly green! What do you say?
Via: The Tribune