Brattleboro, VT.- Nov. 9-- Located in southeastern Vermont, just over the Massachusetts and New Hampshire borders, this community of approximately 12,000 offers beautiful Vermont countryside, a lively cultural scene, and easy access to skiing, hiking, and other outdoor activities. It is also home to both Recycle Away and the Brattleboro Food Co-op. With the opening of its new building, the Co-op selected two Keene Sideload Double recycling containers in order to accommodate its four-channel waste stream.
These attractive, highly durable and fully customizable recycling stations are manufactured from over 1,510 milk jugs. This recycle container is virtually maintenance-free and never needs painting, never splinters, and never becomes food for termites.
The Brattleboro Food Co-op was formed in 1975 as a small buying club. Today, the Co-op is a 11,500 square foot natural foods market that is enjoyed by the greater Brattleboro community.