Walker County Green

A Resource


Walker County Green 

This site was started on Earth Day 2010. The idea is to share information and resources on how to make the earth a better place.

In the coming days, more features and information will be added. If you have ideas or helpful information that can make our home cleaner or more beautiful, please send me an email.

Also feel free to submit ideas for improvement.
Rick Watson
Or Call 205-648-9952

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Places to recycle locally

Mother Nature will thank you



No reviews · Recycling center
6.3 mi · Dora, AL
(205) 447-8402
Open ⋅ Closes 5PM

Sumiton Iron & Metal
(25) · Recycling container location
7.5 mi · Sumiton, AL
(205) 648-8816
Closes soon ⋅ 4PM

A Tin Man Too Recycling
(1) · Recycling center
18.3 mi · Adamsville, AL
(205) 674-7008
Open now

Farley Recycling
507 West 20th Street
Jasper, AL.
(205) 221-1222

Brannon Recycling‎
701 18th Avenue Southwest,
Jasper, AL 35501-3681
(205) 387-9993‎

Taylor Salvage
16311 Highway 195
Nauvoo, AL 35578
(205) 295-1762

Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs
Small Rechargeable Batteries (tools, cell phones, etc)

The Home Depot
1808 Old Highway 78 East, Jasper - (205) 221-0367
Take bulbs to the recycling bin near the Customer Service desk

Recycling Places Outside Walker County

Lead Batteries
Sanders Lead Company, Inc.
100 Sanders Rd
Troy Alabama
USA 36081
Tel: 334 566-1563

Green Jobs

Geen Jobs

Green Jobs Website


Study finds green jobs growing in Alabama, Mississippi

By Jeff Amy

June 11, 2009, 10:43PM

The Pew Charitable Trusts said this week that what it counted 7,800

clean energy jobs in Alabama in 2007, and said the sector grew 2.2 percent from 1998 to 2007, outpacing overall job growth of 1.6 percent.

Pew found 3,200 clean energy jobs in Mississippi, and said the sector had grown 24.8 percent in the last 10 years, compared to a 3.6 percent rate for all jobs in the state.

The study found that such jobs grew at a 9.1 percent nationwide during the same period, compared to a 3.7 percent overall job growth.

The study said it counted clean energy workers from engineers to plumbers to teachers. Pay for those jobs ranged from $21,000 to $110,000 nationwide.

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