The city will hold its next e-cycle and document shredding day on Saturday, September 13, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the corner of North Boulevard and Robin Hood Road. Here’s an efficient and green way to recycle unwanted electronics.
The city accepts electronics such as computers, monitors, radios, vacuum cleaners, and microwaves. There’s a $7 recycling fee for TVs. All other items are recycled free of charge. The city can’t accept fluorescent light bulbs and large appliances.
Gone 4 Good Shred will be on-site for document shredding. Residents can dispose of up to five boxes of unwanted paper.