CURRENT SUSPENSION OF PLASTIC INTAKE:
You are probably aware that ECOP has suspended plastic donations for the current time.ECOP has exceeded the permitted amount of plastic intake, and we are working daily to remedy the situation. In the meantime please continue to monitor the ECO Plastic Products website and our email communications before traveling to our facility on Germay Drive to make any plastic donations. We are working on a revised business plan to address the situation.
We also ask for your continued support by electronically signing a petition that will be sent out separately. Adding your signature to this petition indicates your support of ECOP efforts and our mission to allow all residents to have access to a responsible plastic recycling facility.
COLLABORATION WITH FIRST STATE GARAGE WOOD WORKS:
Our good friend Matt Dyer of FSGWW assisted ECOP with the Delaware Sea Turtle project, and with the Delaware Governor's Podium project. Matt engraved the Sea Turtle logo and names into a bench that ECOP donated to the project. Check out the certificate from the State of Delaware for our donation of a Sea Turtle Bench!
ECOP’s Resident Artist Leo D’Odd and his artful ECOP bench was spotted at the Main Line Art Center Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in June 2022.
Check out Leo's matching bench and blazer!
Big Thanks to Eco Plastic’s
Thursday Volunteer Crew
Judy, Mary, Rachel, Kelley,
The Brennan School folks, and CHIMES. These fine people have donated their time and talents to really keep us going. We are so grateful for you all! Together we accomplish more!
Kathy and Charles Shattuck of Wild Birds Unlimited in Hockessin has been partnering with Auburn Heights and many other organizations. Check out their website for more info. They continue to impress us with their many activities and volunteer support!
BIG BIG THANKS to the
Seiberlich Trane Energy Services for their 2 days of volunteer work. Their great folks came in and solved a multitude of issues including equipment maintenance, repair, electrical upgrades, and lighting. At days’ end they assembled an ECOP picnic table to take with them. Great work STE folks!