UPPER TUMON Guam "" The Guam Business Partners for Recycling under project "i-recycle" installed its first recycling bin for aluminum cans at St. John's School on Sept. 5. The school is the first of many private and public schools that have agreed to be satellite locations for the eight cubic yard recycling bins. Upon collection the cans will be transported by Matson Navigation Company to the Anheuser-Busch Recycling Corp. in Los Angeles. The schools will then receive the proceeds earned from the recycled aluminum for their own use . . .
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