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Take the Pledge to Use Less Plastic
Change Begins Onshore. It Starts With You. Take the pledge to use less plastic every day.
Plastic lasts forever… our oceans are turning into plastic soup.
It doesn’t biodegrade and no naturally occurring organisms can break it down. Plastic photodegrades, which means that sunlight breaks it down into smaller and smaller pieces. Those small pieces drift in the ocean and are mistaken for food by fish and birds.
It is indisputable that plastic pollution is killing marine life through ingestion and entanglement in plastic marine litter.
Up to 80% of the plastic in our oceans comes from the land - us. Single-use is ocean abuse. So, make a pledge today to make these simple 5 changes, which will have a huge impact on our oceans health.
Click here to sign the pledge:
New TSS Guide to All Things Waste
Thompson's Sanitary has a new guide for all customers, Waste 101. This complete guide will help you navigate all of your waste questions. It covers the new curbside mixed compostables program, crubside co-mingled recycling, other recycling options, rates, and helpful tips. Thompson's will be sending this out to all customers in June/July, so look for yours in the mail. This will be the guide you'll want to keep for reference! We'll also have it in printable form on our website.Waste 101
Here at Thompson’s, communication with our customers is the key to the success of our business. Not only can you find much of the information you need on this website, but we also send out important messages with our statements as well as publish a quarterly newsletter.
Customers can also sign up for our email notification, which informs customers of upcoming refuse and recycling events and specials. TSS encourages our customers to call or email with any questions or concerns about service.
7450 NE Avery Street
Newport, OR 97365
Lincoln County Solid Waste District
Agate Beach Recycling Center
Agate Transfer Station