Where to Recycle Phone Books

October 25, 2010

The annual AT&T Real Yellow Pages “Project ReDirectory” phone book recycling program in underway and runs through December 30th. Phone books can be recycled at the locations listed below or with curbside recyclables.

City of Sparks
Sparks Marina - 300 Howard Drive
Bonadventure Senior Living - 2360 Wingfield Hills Dr.
City Hall - 431 Prater Way
Sparks Parks and Recreation - 98 Richards Way
Alf Sorenson Community Center - 1400 Baring Blvd

All Sak 'N Save Food Stores
All Scolari's Food and Drug Stores
All AT&T Offices
Waste Management Recycle America
  - 1100 E. Commercial Row, Reno

Washoe County
Bartley Ranch Regional Park - 6000 Bartley Ranch Rd., Reno
Lazy 5 Regional Park - 7100 Pyramid Lake Hwy., Sparks
North Valley's Sports Complex - 8085 Silver Lake Rd., Stead
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park - 1595 N. Sierra St., Reno
South Valleys Regional Park - 15650 Wedge Parkway, Reno
Sun Valley Community Park - 115 W. 6th Ave., Sun Valley
Washoe County Admin. Office - 2601 Plumas Street, Reno

City of Reno
Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center - 1301 Valley Road
Neil Rd. Recreation Center - 3925 Neil Road
Northwest Pool - 2925 Apollo Way
Reno City Hall- Virginia Street
Washoe County Senior Center - 9th Street and Wells

This is the 20th annual phone book recycling effort coordinated by Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, Scolari’s Food & Drug Company, AT&T Real Yellow Pages, and Waste Management Recycle America. Residents of rural communities throughout northern Nevada can find out how to recycle outdated phone books in their area by calling 1-800-953-4400.


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