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Tuesday, May 5, 2009 - Community Shreds and Recycles 4,000 Pounds of Paper at the SJH Shredding Day
 
 
Vineland, NJ (May 5) – The South Jersey Healthcare Shredding Day was a great success as the community and SJH staff responded by shredding and recycling 4,000 pounds of paper.

“The great turn out really shows how dedicated our community and staff are to protecting the environment,” said Tina Beakley, SJH Director of Environmental Services.

South Jersey Healthcare has been working hard at going green.  Last year, the SJH Go Green initiative was launched, an internal program which looks at ways the organization can be more earth friendly, while saving resources and dollars. Reducing the use of Styrofoam, saving paper and using safer cleaning chemicals are just a few of the projects presently underway. In addition, the SJH recycling program continues to result in less trash being dumped into local landfills.

To learn more about the simple ways you can go green and other ways to improve the environment here in Cumberland County, visit the Cumberland County Improvement Authority at: www.ccia-net.com.

SJH is a nonprofit, integrated health care system, providing access to a continuum of health services. SJH provides hospital services, numerous community health clinics, home health services, and specialty services, which serve the medical and health care needs of Southern New Jersey residents.