The Ottawa-Sandusky-Seneca County Joint Solid Waste District recently gave Otterbein North Shore a grant to purchase new furniture, made from recycled products, for its main entrance. The goal of the grant program is “to enhance recycling opportunities of the three-county District through awareness and education of current recycling programs or to buy recycled products.”
A requirement of the grant is that a recycling program is in place, which Otterbein has had for many years. In addition to recycling, new to Otterbein Corporate’s “green” projects is paying vendors through direct deposit and beginning this month, all employees will access their paycheck stubs and other benefit information online.
Otterbein North Shore is located at 9400 N. Shore Blvd., in Danbury Township. It is a Continuum Care Retirement Community offering independent and assisted living, as well as short-term rehabilitation in the Jane Baker House. For information, call Marketing Director Lisa Cutcher at 419-798-8203. Additional information regarding Otterbein Retirement Living Communities is available at www.otterbein.org.