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Personnel & Finance Committee Meeting

The Boston Mountain Solid Waste District Personnel & Finance Committee will meet at 9:30 am at the Fayetteville City Hall in the City Council Chambers. Items to be voted on are: Construction management firm Banking services This meeting is open to the public.

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Accepting Resumes for Environmental Educator

The Boston Mountain Solid Waste District is currently accepting resumes for the position of Environmental Educator.  The Environmental Educator is responsible for education and outreach to citizens in the Boston Mountain Solid Waste District (District) region.  The focus of this work is recycling and resource conservation. Outreach efforts include, but are not limited to: Creating and conducting hands-on educational programs in schools Writing monthly e-newsletters Creating flyers and displays Speaking at public events and meetings Coordinating with the school districts to maintain recycling and waste reduction programs Providing technical support to schools and communities for recycling and waste reduction activities …

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Grass Cycling to Save Time and Money

Grass Cycling to Save Time and Money – Trish Ouei With the beginning of spring upon us, it is time to start facing the ugly facts about warmer weather- someone is going to have to start mowing the yard again!  While you might have missed that smell of fresh cut grass for a few months, it will quickly be a reminder of reoccurring maintenance and time spent in the sun working instead of playing.  Mowing can be a good activity though and even reduce your lawn maintenance time – start grass cycling! Stop bagging your grass and put those clipping …

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NOW @ Boston Mountain Solid Waste District!

Introducing Boston Mountain Solid Waste District’s New Brand Identity.   Boston Mountain Solid Waste District is one of eighteen regional districts in Arkansas.  Its reach covers the Northwest Arkansas counties of Madison and Washington. Our objective is to provide environmentally sound and economically feasible solid waste management to Northwest Arkansas using an integrated approach of waste reduction, reuse, recycling, composting, disposal, and education. Brittany Phillips Design worked closely with the leaders at BMSWD to design the new identity. Incorporating a strong iconic symbol, vibrant colors and positive lifestyle imagery, the new identity provides a fresh face to the public. Look for application of the new identity on BMSWD’s  promotional …

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