'ReUseFest' looking for donations for Lawrenceville event
From bikes to building supplies, the nonprofit Pennsylvania Resources Council is seeking items for its second annual “ReUseFest” Aug. 3 in Lawrenceville.
The program collects a range of items that can be given a good second life by nonprofit groups such as Animal Rescue League, Construction Junction, Goodwill, Free Ride and others.
“ReUseFest” will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Goodwill Workforce Development Center, 118 52nd St., Lawrenceville.
For a complete list of acceptable items, call 412-488-7490, ext. 236, or visit www.zerowastepgh.org/reuse.
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