Submitted by Tom Degen

Dorothy McCauley won a "Seattle Composter" given away at the Wood Festival by Cabot Recycling Station. She is pictured above with Tom Degen, facility manager at Cabot Recycling Station.

Joshua Capps won $10.00 for giving the closest guess at how many aluminum beverage cans were in a densified "brick" of aluminum cans.

Joseph Yoak won $10.00 for giving the closest guess at how many batteries were in a gallon jar.

Cabot Recycling Station has a room for dropping off recyclables that is open 24/7. Nonferrous metals are bought on Tuesday and Thursday from 8-4 and Saturday 8-noon. Call 304-354-7786 for prices and more information.

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