Recycle Old Campaign Signs — Angel On Angell

campaign signs Already getting it done. Go Angel.

In keeping with Mayor-elect Angel Taveras’ plan to help Providence be a cleaner, greener city, the Angel for Providence team will be collecting yard signs and stands (see below for times and locations). Signs and stands from any campaign, from any community and of any size, may be dropped off.

‘Angel for Providence’ signs will be cleaned and stored for future use if possible.  For “non-Angel” signs, volunteers will contact the campaigns to determine if they will be reused. Signs that are not salvageable or unwanted will be delivered to the recycling center at the central landfill.

Friday, November 5th, 4:30pm to 6pm, 1445 Broad Street

Saturday, November 6th, 10am to 11:30am, 18 South Angell Street  (Angel will be on hand at this event to personally thank his volunteers!)

2 thoughts on “Recycle Old Campaign Signs — Angel On Angell”

  1. Great idea, too bad I don’t have the time to get to either location to dump off the Angel for Providence sign in my yard (I just threw away the David Segal sign I had). Guess it’s going in the trash unless someone from the campaign wants to come by and pick it up.

  2. this is fantastic. i’d been wondering what to do with my signs and had assumed they are not recyclable. such a brilliant idea…

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