Recycling Program in full swing at Dayton Dragons Field

Heater's Recycling Bin Initiative (RBI) Program, is once again, in full swing - for the 8th year.

The Dayton Dragons and Montgomery County Environmental Services team up for a free, fun, and educational program where kids and families learn about household recycling and its benefits to the earth.

It requires two weeks of tracking recycling to participate, and participants will receive up to four Dragons lawn tickets for an exclusive RBI Night and are eligible to win other prizes.

Tens and thousands of cans, glass, cardboard, and plastic have been saved from landfills - thanks to the recycling efforts of the participants.

The RBI kickoff event will be held after the 2:00 p.m. Dragons game on Sunday, April 29.

Fans can pick up a 10-gallon recycling bin, hang out with Curby the Cardinal, and get more information about the RBI Program.

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The Dayton Dragons are the Midwest League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds and play a 70-game home schedule at Fifth Third Field in downtown Dayton.

Anyone seeking information about Dayton Dragons can contact them by phone at 937-228-2287, by email at, or by web at

Montgomery County Environmental Services includes more than 300 men and women who provide high-quality drinking water, solid waste, recycling, and wastewater reclamation services to the citizens of Montgomery County.

They work to preserve public health, foster economic development, protect the environment and our natural resources for future generations, and they also offer educational programs to local schools, community organizations, and businesses that want to learn more about conservation and sustainability in the Miami Valley region.

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