Is your garage full of discarded electronics that the rapid piece of technology has turned into fossils? Dispose of them the proper way at Chesterfield’s first e-recycling drive of 2013 this Saturday.
The City of Chesterfield provided these details:
Web Innovations & Technology Services (WITS), a not-for-profit organization, and the City of Chesterfield have teamed up to provide West County residents with a free monthly drop-off location for all electronics. New this year: They are also collecting all sizes of reusable clothes, shoes, toys and baby items that will be donated to families in need.
The e-cycling collection site will be located at east end of the Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex on the Parks & Recreation Building parking lot located at 17891 North Outer 40. Items can be dropped off every fourth Saturday of the month from February to November from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
No fees will be charged, however, a donation to cover handling expenses will be appreciated.
- Computers, Laptops, Monitors, Printers, Cables and Peripherals (Keyboards, etc.)
- Networking Equipment, Telecommunications, Phones, Clocks, Etc.
- TVs, VCRs, Stereos and like audio/video/satellite/cable equipment
- Home electronics, blenders, toasters, etc.
- ALL White Goods: Washers, Dryers, dishwashers, furnaces and A/C equipment
- Electrical, Cabling, And Communication Machinery And Equipment
- Lawn Equipment, Tools, Old Mowers, Tillers, Etc.
- Old Motors, Transformers, And All Electrical Equipment
- Car and Lead-Containing Batteries
- CDs, VHS, DVDs, Cassettes, DAT, and all Types of Software
Absolutely no paints, tires chemicals/hazardous or wood products will be accepted.
Business and residents can also request a low-cost pick up service. All donations are tax deductible.
For more information call 314-382-1650, or visit www.witsinc.org.
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