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Procter & Gamble to offer discounts to Cincinnati recyclers Read more: Procter & Gamble to offer discounts to Cincinnati recyclers

Written by Business Courier
Published: October 5, 2010

Procter & Gamble Co. is jumping into the city of Cincinnati's newly expanded recycling program and offering discounts to city residents who recycle.

Cincinnati-based P&G (NYSE: PG) is partnering with RecycleBank, a rewards program that gives recyclers points that can be redeemed online at retailers and restaurants. As part of its Future Friendly program, P&G is giving Cincinnati residents that register with RecycleBank $5 discounts on the purchase of a product from its P&G eStore.

Cincinnati's new recycling program kicks off today for about 25 percent of city residents. It includes larger recycling carts, every-other-week collection and rewards for recycling, according to a press release.

The four-phase rollout of the program will continue through February 2011. The city is using $750,000 from Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants awarded to Cincinnati through the federal stimulus act to manage the program and purchase the new recycling carts.

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