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Augusta Regional Airport Embarks on a Recycling Initiative!

Augusta, Georgia, January 11, 2016 - Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) is committed to helping the environment by providing recycling receptacles for both passengers and employees!

AGS wants to help reduce waste and increase the amount of recyclable waste diverted from the Augusta Richmond County landfill. The airport is dedicated to making an effort to reduce waste, reuse commodities, and recycle all recyclable waste.

The Airport is providing the traveling public with four, commingled, recycling receptacles located in the high traffic areas of the main terminal building and the General Aviation Terminal. These bins allow passengers to easily recycle their paper, plastics, and aluminum while at the Airport.

"It is important to us to contribute to the decrease of the CSRA's ecological footprint and help create a greener Augusta," said Gary LeTellier, AGS' Interim Executive Director.

You can find out more about AGS's recycling program and bin locations by visiting

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