RENO, NV - The annual AT&T Real Yellow Pages "Project ReDirectory" phone book recycling program runs through January 22nd 2012.
AT&T Real Yellowpages will donate trees to area parks when they are recycled at select Reno, Sparks and Washoe County park locations.
•Bartley Ranch Regional Park
•Lazy 5 Regional Park
•North Valleys Sports Complex
City of Reno
•Neil Road Recreation Center
•Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center
•Reno City Hall
•Washoe County Senior Center
City of Sparks
•Alf Sorensen Community Center
•Sparks Parks and Recreation
•Sparks City Hall
•Bonaventure Senior Living
You may also drop off phone books at Scolari's, Sak ‘n Save, Waste Management Recycle America and AT&T offices. Or, you can simply leave the books with your curbside recyclables.
This is the 21st annual phone book recycling campaign coordinated by Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful, Scolari's Food & Drug Company, AT&T Real Yellow Pages, and Waste Management Recycle America.
Residents of rural communities throughout northern Nevada can find out how to recycle outdated phone books in their area by calling 1-800-953-4400.
If you would like to find out what phone books are being delivered to your household or want to stop receiving your directory visit the Yellow Pages Association at http://www.ypassociation.org and click on Consumer Choice.