Ribbon cutting held for new recycling center

January 12, 2019--2:24 p.m.


On Saturday, the Rome-Floyd Recycling Center hosted a community open house for the newly completed 2013 SPLOST funded Recycling Center located at 412 Lavender Drive.

Floyd County Public Works Director Michael Skeen and his staff welcomed the group with tours of the new facility after Floyd County Vice Chair Wright Bagby and Rome City Commissioner Sundai Stevenson performed the official ribbon cutting. 


More pictures from the event

Tour of Center—Public Works Director Michael Skeen gives Vice Chair Bagby and other local citizens a tour of the facility.

Recycling Employees—(L-R) Recycling Tech Sean Howard, Recycling Manager Tom Benefield, Assistant Recycling Manager Kenny Woodard, and Detail Officer LeWayne Pelfrey with Rome-Floyd Recycling Center mascot ReRe.

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