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Uriah's Heap Recycling Center

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Uriah's Heap Recycling Center
Uriah's Heap Recycling Center.png
Location Information
Town: Springfield
Use: Recycling center
Employees: Hippie
First appearance: "The Old Man and the Lisa"

Uriah's Heap Recycling Center is a recycling center in Springfield.


Principal Skinner and students of Springfield Elementary School came to Uriah's Heap Recycling Center to sell newspapers that needed to be recycled. The hippie who was working there only gave them 75 cents for the newspapers. Angered, Skinner was forced to cancel a trip to Albany, toss the pay check away, back into a surviving tree and drives off.


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Uriah's Heap Recycling Center
Image Cost Build time Reward Sell price Conformity increase Availability Unique? Dimensions - D x W
Uriahs Heap Recycling Center.png FREE

Donut Tapped Out.png135

6s XP.png200
Hippie (XP.png25)
Tapped Out Cross.png Tree-hugging +400 Monorail
Act 2 Prize 10

Level 20
Metal Depot

Tapped Out Tick.png 5 x 8
Task Time Reward Cash.png/h XP.png/h
Giving Unwanted Life Advice 4h Cash.png90, XP.png10 Cash.png22.5 XP.png2.5

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The name of the recycling center is a reference to the Burns-esque character Uriah Heep in Charles Dickens' novel David Copperfield, which is one of the books that Homer is seen bringing in to recycle.