Trunkline Magazine (Louisville Zoo) Trunkline Magazine: March 2017 - Page 22

KIDS FOR CONSERVATION SPRING INTO RECYCLING Springtime is a great time to come visit the Zoo. You get to have fun, interact with animals, enjoy nature and walk in the sunshine. Lots of guests pack their water bottle, juice boxes and yummy snacks and head off to the Zoo for a day of ad- ventures. After a long day at the Zoo, you might need a place to dispose of a container or two! Maybe you have a leftover sandwich bag or an empty soda bottle. Sometimes it’s hard to fi gure out what’s recyclable and what isn’t. Before, you may have noticed vari- ous containers on campus labeled to recycle different kinds of items. This year, the Zoo is making it easier for you (and ensuring that as many recyclables as possible stay out of landfi lls) by partnering with the city and QRS Recycling to start a Wet- Dry Recycling program. What does this mean for you? The bins you see at the Zoo may look a bit different. Instead of hav- ing to kn