Is that old CRT monitor collecting dust at home? It’s time to spring clean your house and garage and bring the dust-collectors to The Washington Harbour for recycling. In honor of Earth Day, patrons can bring their old documents, electronics and bicycles to the Harbour for re-use and recycling. The event takes place Friday, April 13 from 11 am to 2 pm. Local companies will also be on hand to show and demonstrate clean and sustainable transportation alternatives. For more information and a list of items being collected, visit Harbour Recycling.
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The Metrorail and Metrobus are both excellent ways to get around the District and the entire DC area. The closest metro stop is Foggy Bottom Metro on the Blue and Orange Line.
Buses running in Georgetown: 30, 32, 34, 35, 36, 38B, D5 and D51. Visit www.wmata.com
to plan your trip.
At just $1 a trip, it’s hard to beat this easy way to get around town. There are two Circulator stops near the event:
Wisconsin Avenue & M Street NW and 30th & K Street NW on the Georgetown-Union Station Line. Visit www.dccirculator.com for information on schedules and routes.
With over 1,225 bikes at over 155+ stations in the District and Arlington County (by the end of 2011), this on-demand mode of transportation is sure to get you on your way. And at just $7 for a 24-hour membership, it won’t break the bank either. There is a bike station located at The Harbour at 30th Street NW as well as the C & O Canal & Wisconsin Avenue NW. For more information on annual or monthly memberships, or to check out the station locations, please visit www.CapitalBikeshare.com.