Hot Chili and Cool Cars
Published on September 19, 2014
PLACER COUNTY INVITES RESIDENTS TO HOT CHILI and COOL CARS
Learn to Live Sewer Smart, Talk Some Trash with One Big Bin and Boogie Down with Radio Disney!
Placer County, CA - Live Sewer Smart and One Big Bin will be joined by Radio Disney at Rocklin’s 21st annual Hot Chili and Cool Cars this Saturday September 20th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will take place on Pacific Street in Downtown Rocklin. Look for them at the corner of Pacific and Cedar Streets. Learn about keeping your sewer pipes healthy at the Live Sewer Smart booth; you may love bacon, but your sewer pipes don’t! You can enter to win a $100 Whole Foods gift card and pick up a free t-shirt and reusable tote.
Visit the One Big Bin booth and talk a little trash to get your free oil changing kit (funnel, shop rag, and 6 quart oil container). These items won’t last long, so visit them early! And remember to like One Big Bin on Facebook for your chance to win a $500 gift card for the Roseville Galleria! Then get ready to boogie, because Radio Disney will be playing all your favorite songs! They’ll also have great games, crafts and prizes for the kids. See you there!
OneBigBin is a collaborative effort between the Western Placer Waste Management Authority, Placer County and its cities. Our mission is to let those that live, work and play in Placer County know about one of its best kept secrets - the Materials Recovery Facility (MRF). In Placer County garbage is taken to a MRF where enough recyclables are pulled out of the trash each year to fill a football field 200 feet high! It’s Recycling and Disposal Made Easy. Learn more on the One Big Bin website.
LiveSewerSmart is a collaborative effort between the Cities of Auburn, Lincoln, Roseville and Placer County. Our mission is to help educate residents about the consequences of what we put down our drains, which ultimately helps protect our environment and helps home owners save money. Learn about options for free disposal of hazardous waste and kitchen Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) at the Live Sewer Smart website.