|By Marketwired .||
|April 25, 2014 02:45 PM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/14 -- Lakeshore Recycling Systems, Chicago's leading recycling and waste diversion services provider, today announced the now famous 400-pound Wrigley Field cake was discarded in one of its dumpsters located at Chicago's Field Museum. The exact whereabouts of the cake are sadly unknown.
About Lakeshore Recycling Systems
Serving Chicagoland for more than 12 years and headquartered in Morton Grove, Ill., Lakeshore Recycling Systems is Chicago's leading recycling and waste diversion services provider. LRS provides recycling and waste diversion programs, affordable roll-off container services and comprehensive waste removal to businesses and residential homeowners. LRS operates a growing fleet of natural gas-powered trucks and is run by more than 350 committed full-time employees. In addition to servicing all 658 schools in the Chicago Public Schools system, LRS actively participates in the City of Chicago's Blue Cart Residential Recycling Program and is committed to raising awareness and fostering discussion on the importance of recycling and environmental sustainability. Learn more and follow the company at www.lakeshorerecyclingsystems.com, 'Like' us on Facebook and follow on Twitter @LRSHauler.
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