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The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements. For more information on what the recycling program consists of and how it benefits the base visit mccscp.com/recycle. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Drake Nickels)

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Stop the drop: Pendleton community addresses illegal dumping

28 Sep 2021 | Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

 

The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements. For more information on what the recycling program consists of and how it benefits the base visit mccscp.com/recycle. 

Civilian employee's sort recycling at the Facilities Maintenance Division Recycling Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 23, 2021. The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements.

U.S. Marine Cpl. Weichan Wang, a supply chain and materiel management specialist with Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, delivers recyclables to the Facilities Maintenance Division Recycling Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 23, 2021. The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements. Wang is a native of New York.

U.S. Marine, supply chain and material management specialist’s with Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity, deliver recyclables to the Facilities Maintenance Division Recycling Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 23, 2021. The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements.

A civilian employee operates a Bobcat S850 Skid-Steer Loader at the Facilities Maintenance Division Recycling Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 23, 2021. The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements.

The Camp Pendleton Recycling Program is available for Marines aboard the installation Monday-Friday to assist the base’s mission to be good stewards to the environment. The Recycling Program also gives money back to the community to purchase essential equipment and other community improvements. For more information on what the recycling program consists of and how it benefits the base visit mccscp.com/recycle.

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