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CRRA Trash Museum - CLOSED

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CRRA Trash Museum - CLOSED

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211 Murphy Rd, Hartford, CT 06114-2100
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Hartford Station51 min
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wendellb67 wrote a review Nov 2016
Hartford, Connecticut146 contributions27 helpful votes
I don't believe that this is still open as CRRA is no longer functioning as a state quasi public agency
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Date of experience: October 2016
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TeacherLH wrote a review Jun 2016
New Lenox, Illinois57 contributions15 helpful votes
We were looking for something unusual to do and this was so interesting. Unfortunately, due to budget cuts it is closing on June 24th. I hope the state of Connecticut reconsiders this. It was interesting and especially fascinating was going up to view the actual operation of the recycling center going on. To see the volume of material being recycled was amazing. We were visiting from Illinois. The museum was educational and a valuable way of learning about the importance of recycling to our world.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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jbmoore11 wrote a review Apr 2016
Columbus, Ohio5 contributions2 helpful votes
Very cool. The Trash Museum has a lot of facts about the waste produced in the United States, recycling, and ways you can help improve the environment. Geared toward children more so, however I in my mid 20s and enjoyed the visit by myself a lot. Only $4 for entry. There is a small gift shop attached and a real recycling plant attached to the building with windows so you can watch how a single-stream recycling plant works. Highly recommend. Especially great to show children how to recycle and the importance of doing so.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Flyfishbozzuto wrote a review Feb 2016
Goshen, Connecticut300 contributions33 helpful votes
It was a nice trip. I went with my sons 3rd grade class. The kids loved it. A bit aged but still lots of hands on activities. Definitely a nice secondary stop.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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CNellz wrote a review Aug 2015
175 contributions40 helpful votes
Going here will make you realize how much we waste which could be recycled. I went here on a field trip and learned about the need for reusing as much as we can.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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