Holding the bag | Photo of the day 7.21

Ruth Blaney picks up a huge bag of styrofoam pieces during Bainbridge Island Zero Waste’s drop-off day Saturday at Bay Hay & Feed.

Just two hours into the event, more than 60 cars had stopped by to drop off unwanted styrofoam to be recycled.

It was the second styrofoam collection event of the year in Rolling Bay, and Diane Landry of Bainbridge Island Zero Waste thanked Howard Block of Bay Hay & Feed for the use of his store for the collection effort.

Landry said Block was already on his way to Styro Recycle in Kent to drop off the first truckload that was collected Saturday morning.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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