ZeroLandfill Cleveland extends its summer 2014 harvest through Friday, August 29. So if you missed the last two weekends (or even if you didn’t), this is your chance to pick up art and craft materials, free for the taking. Samples of tile, fabric, carpet, interior design materials, and other items remain, along with a large selection of three-ring binders.
- When: hours are 12 p.m.–3 p.m.
- Where: Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District, 4750 East 131 Street, Garfield Heights (map and directions), side door.
- What: art and craft materials donated by the local graphic design, interior design and architectural community.
- Who: artists, educators, homeschoolers, community program administrators, craftworkers, artists, daycare providers, anyone who can use the materials offered. You don’t need to be a resident of Cuyahoga County, or even of Northeast Ohio.
- How: Come to the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Facility on Friday, August 29, check in at the reception table, explore what’s available and take what you need. Be sure to bring boxes and bags to take your materials home.
ZeroLandfill asks you to note that:
- Pollination and harvest hours are only during the hours posted.
- All questions should be directed to IIDA Cleveland/Akron City Center at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not contact the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Facility with any questions.
- All volunteer positions are currently filled. ZeroLandfill thanks you for your willingness to help but cannot accept any walk-ins.
ZeroLandfill is a project of BeeDance, LLC, an online marketplace that connects abandoned assets destined for the waste stream with local audiences who will use these assets in their programs and processes.
ZeroLandfill collects specification samples from architectural, interior and graphic design firms and distributes them to local artists and arts educators. Since 2006, the ZeroLandfill project team has reduced pressure on local landfills by distributing over one million pounds of these materials.
For more information about ZeroLandfill, visit the ZeroLandfill website and Facebook page.
ZeroLandfill: Keeping art and craft materials out of the landfill
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