Decatur Electronics Recycling Day Fall 2010 - It's that time of year again. Start gathering your items and plan your stop for recycling. Most of us have a few things that should be recycled rather than tossed in the trash.
Below is the pertinent information:
What: Decatur Electronics Recycling Day Fall 2010
When: Saturday, October. 30, 2010 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Decatur High School Parking Lot which is at the corner of N. McDonough Street and Howard Avenue
Why: This semi-annual event has been hugely successful at diverting electronic equipment from landfills, where they may contaminate soil and water.
Who: Volunteers assist in unloading items. To volunteer, please contact Sandy Johnson at 404-377-5571. Anybody can drop items off. You do not need to be a Decatur resident to participate.
Items that can be Recycled: Desktop computers, Telephones, Mini-towers, Telephony equipment, Laptop computers, Adding machines, Monitors, Calculators, Servers, Typewriters, Workstations, Label makers,Keyboards, Copiers, Mice, Fax machines, Joystick game controllers, Answering machines, Printers, Printer cartridges, Digital cameras , Zip drives, Batteries, Speakers, PDAs, Pagers, VCRs, Hubs, DVD players, Routers, Cable converter boxes, Scanners, Remote controls, Digital projectors, Stereo equipment, GPS units, Radios, Main frames, Portable CD players, Component parts, Portable game players, Cables, GPS receivers, 3-in-1 devices, printer/copier/ fax machines., Electric lawn mowers and garden equipment, any kind of Battery.
TVs will be recycled for a minimal fee of $10 cash only per TV set with exact change. There is no charge to recycle other items.
What happens to the stuff you drop off? Electronics dropped off that day will be sorted and disassembled into raw materials or cleaned for re use.
Early drop offs are not possible.
Almost anything with an electrical cord can be recycled at the event EXCEPT microwave ovens, furniture, light fixtures, household appliances, lamps, vacuum cleaners.
For your own security, please erase personal information from your computers before dropping off.
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