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Recycling fair set today

Junk can be turned into treasure with SM City Bacolod’s Trash to Cash Fair starting today until tomorrow, a press release from the mall said.

Shoppers can bring selected items for disposal at SM City Bacolod North Wing 1-B Parking Area, in front of the Chicken Deli al fresco area and sell them.

SM has partnered with scrap buyers for the fair, the press release said.

Items accepted at the fair include scrap iron (P11.00/kilo) pet bottle, (P14.00/kilo), aluminum cans, (P30.00/kilo), plastic containers, (P14.00/kilo), cartons, (P3.00/kilo), newspapers, (P3.00/ kilo), electronic wastes, (P6.00/kilo), car batteries, (P15.00/kilo), empty plastic cups (P8.00/kilo), tin cans, (P5.00/kilo), other aluminum materials, (P45.00/kilo), and mixed paper, (50 centavos/kilo).

The Trash to Cash fair is in support of Republic Act 9003 or the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act to which SM fully supports and complies with through efficient solid waste management practices, the press release said.

For more information about the Trash to Cash Recycling Market Fair, interested persons may call SM Bacolod Mall Admin Office at telephone numbers 468-0168, 468-0209 and 468-0130, it added.*

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