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Recycling at Sea Colony

Sea Colony recognizes the importance of recycling and helping protect our environment. Recycling helps to reduce energy costs, landfills and local sea life that exists right within our very beaches.

The simplest way to help protect our environment is just by looking at what you throw away and make a commitment to recycle more. You can also encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same. 

To better serve the needs of our community, we have nine recycling stations throughout Sea Colony. They are located:

  • Annapolis House Basketball Court

  • West Lake by Woodland View

  • Forest Hills Court

  • Singles Court

  • Pine Wood Drive

  • Round Robin Way

  • South Winds Lane

  • Lakeside Circle

  • Summer Shore Drive

Recycling Facts
  • 60% of trash could be recycled

  • Aluminum cans can be recycled endlessly

  • Aluminum cans can go from recycling back to store shelves in 2 months

  • Recycling one can saves enough energy to run a TV for almost 3 hours

  • 80 billion aluminum cans are used each year around the world

  • If everyone recycled their newspapers, over 200 million trees could be saved each year

  • 500,000 trees are cut down just to produce Sunday newspapers each week

  • Each American uses almost 700 pounds of paper each year – most of which is just thrown away

  • Americans throw away over 25 trillion Styrofoam cups a year

  • 5 million plastic bottles are used in America every hour – most are tossed in the trash

  • Plastic bags in the oceans kill a million sea creatures a year

  • Every year, a billion trees worth of paper is thrown away

  • Enough wood and paper is thrown away each year to heat 50 million homes for 2 decades

  • Recycling one ton of plastic can save almost 2,000 gallons of gasoline

* Facts provided by National Recycling Coalition

Here are some links to help inform you on the proper way to recycle materials

Want to go above and beyond?

If recycling is a top of mind subject for you, the Sea Colony Beach Shoppe offers a perfect wearable accessory that directly helps clean and protect our oceans. Check out the video below

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