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All, Thank you for volunteering your time and talent to help with our only fund raiser. To those who took 2 shifts -you made this possible for another year.matpickett
All, Just one shift left to fill! Tomorrow morning 10:45 - 3 pm. Please call me at 918-321-5891 or 918-519-7588 if you can fill our last spot. Thanks formatpickett
What is a Master Recycler?
Master Recyclers are trained volunteers who help educate the general public in Tulsa about waste prevention and recycling.
What does a Master Recycler do?
Give presentations to school children and civic groups Monitor recycling containers at special events Conduct workshops Set up and staff exhibits and displays Research topics and trends related to solid waste management.
Start recycling programs in schools, businesses, and multi-family dwellings.
What must I do to become a Tulsa Master Recycler?
Participate in an 8-session Master Recycler training course, held annually beginning in January. Classes are taught by the Recycling Coordinator, local experts, and veteran Master Recyclers. People who satisfactorily complete both the Master Recyclers training program and a final exam will be certified as Tulsa Master Recyclers.
What are the requirements to be a Tulsa Master Recycler?
Must be at least 18 years old
Able to volunteer 30 hours per year
Complete the 8-session training class and a final exam
Purchase and wear Tulsa Master Recyclers “logo-wear”
Stay current with program and recycling services information
Attend 2 continuing education classes per year
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