The next east side brush collection begins on Monday, July 11; the west side collection begins on Monday, July 18. Brush should be at the curb by 7 a.m. on Monday of your scheduled week but no sooner than the weekend before that. For more information about the program,including the 2016 schedule, please click here or call 630-454-2400.
Kane County Suspends Electronics Recycling Program
Kane County has suspended its free electronics recycling program due to the large volume of televisions being brought to recycling collection events, resulting in overwhelming and unmanageable attendance. The County is currently working on solutions to the electronics recycling problem. Please refer to the Kane County Recycles webpage for updates about the program or view a list of Alternative Electronics Recycling Locations. Questions may be directed to Jennifer Jarland, Kane County Recycling Coordinator at 630-208-3841 or email@example.com.
Water Department Tour & Presentation
Presented by the City of Batavia and the Batavia Environmental Commission
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Presentation/Tours: 10am and 12pm
Location: Batavia Water Treatment Plant, 38W503 Fabyan Pkwy. (Just west of Wenmoth Rd. on South side of street)
Batavia, IL, June 30, 2016: Where does our drinking water come from and what does the City of Batavia Water Department do to ensure it is safe to drink?
John Dillon, Batavia’s Water and Sewer and Superintendent will give a short presentation about Batavia’s Water followed by the tour of the Batavia water treatment plant. “I will discuss the history of the Batavia Water Supply, where Batavia’s water comes from, how the water is treated and how the water makes it to your faucet,” said John Dillon.
“With recent concerns about the safety of municipal water supplies, we are excited to partner with the Water Department to give citizens an up close look at our treatment facilities and a chance have their questions answered by the superintendent himself,” stated Carolyn Burnham, Batavia Environmental Commission member.
Attendees will be able to tour the treatment facilities and pumping facilities and learn how water is stored and pumped!
For more information on this event and local “green” happenings anytime, check out the BEC’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/BataviaEnvironmentalCommission and at www.cityofbatavia.net/environmental
Deerpath Road Bridge
Weekly updated information will be available on the project website: http://www.cityofbatavia.net/341/Deerpath-Road-Bridge-Improvements or www.cityofbatavia.net/projects
The City appreciates your cooperation during this project. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to the Public Works Engineering project manager, Andrea Podraza either via firstname.lastname@example.org or (630) 454-2757.
Please click on the link below for the Batavia Chamber of Commerce “Weekly Digest” highlighting the week’s events and any chamber news.http://conta.cc/29hsfZ6