Green Door Recycling and Central Energy Savers are now The Green Door!

We are excited to announce a change in management: Green Door Recycling and Central Energy Savers have joined forces with Interdependent Web to provide you a wider variety of green-living services with the same hometown, personal touch you have come to expect.

We are keeping the same distinctive white pickup truck and green trailer, the same cheerful green plastic bins, the same friendly employees, and the same great curbside service; we are just adding on additional services. We are more "conveniently green" than ever!

To learn more about the change, click "Read More" below -- to learn about all our services, click "Services" above!

Senior community finds new life for old paper

Linda Morgan of Presbyterian ManorThis article was published in the Emporia Gazette on February 4, 2014.

Recycling is part of the lifestyle at Emporia Presbyterian Manor, where residents have about 60 daily newspaper subscriptions, plus weekly and monthly magazines.  That paper adds up to more than 350 pounds in a typical week.

Pasture-raised lamb from Shepherd's Valley

Our friends at Shepherd's Valley farm (near Americus) are offering the opportunity to buy their pasture-raised lamb this fall.  Please see the attached PDF file for details, but in brief, they will have frozen whole lamb, half lamb, and lamb burger back from the processor in mid-November.  Sheepskins are also available.  Please read the attached file and then contact jcrisp [at] tctelco [dot] net to place your order.

Local Salon Recycles 1300 Pounds

published in the Emporia Gazette, Tuesday, October 8, 2013.

From left to right: Cassie Heffron, Kayla Hoover, Blair Jones, Jane Peck, Kylee McGinnisXan-A-Do Salon and Spa hired Green Door Recycling in January of 2011. Since then, they have worked together to recycle more than 1300 pounds of plastic bottles and paper.

“We go through a lot of bottles,” said Xan-A-Do owner Cassie Heffron. “It doesn’t seem like much at the time, but it really adds up.”

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