Friday, February 22, 2013
The city's monthly recycling drives for 2013 start with this weekend and will be accepting new items: reusable clothes, shoes, toys and baby items that will be donated to families in need.
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 …
Friday, November 9, 2012
The annual event attracted more than three times the traffic it typically gets, so the city is planning an additional opportunity at the end of the month.
A recycling drive held last Saturday in Chesterfield may have been the victim of its own success. The 16th annual event Chesterfield Recycles Day drew nearly three times the amount of traffic it has brought in previous years. The result was long lines for those waiting to drop off items that normally aren’t covered by single-stream recycling services. “Typically, we might have 200 cars come through, this year we had 750,” said Libby Malberg-Tucker, Chesterfield’s director of economic development. “In the past we have had to cut our hours back. We were a little taken by surprise.” It was also a surprise for at least one Chesterfield Patch fan on Facebook, who contacted Patch to voice her frustration at having to wait 45 minutes to drop off …
Monday, November 28, 2011
It's every fourth Saturday of the month from February to November, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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- Doug Miner
Monday, November 28, 2011
Web Innovations & Technology Services, 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. It's at 17891 North Outer 40, at the east end of the Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex on the Parks & Recreation Building parking lot. Items can be dropped of 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. Accepted Items: ABSOLUTELY NO PAINTS, TIRES, CHEMICALS/HAZARDOUS or WOOD PRODUCTS will be accepted. Businesses and residents can also request a low-cost pick up service. All donations are tax …