Tucker, GA — As part of the Tucker First UMC’s Great Day of Service on Saturday, September 25, they will be having an electronics recycling event from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., a press release said.
Donations can be brought to the Wesley Center loading dock at 2397 Church Street, Tucker, GA 30084 (old Tucker post office). Volunteers will be on hand at the Wesley Center’s loading dock to help unload your electronics. Please do not drop off recycling items earlier in the week. A list of recycled and non-recycled items are listed below. For a more complete list of recyclable items, go to https://www.ecycleatlanta.com/electronics-recycling-list.
Accepted items for recycling include computers, flat screen computer monitors, laptops, tablets, fax machines, keyboards, copiers, mainframes, disk drives, LED lights/bulbs, cables, telephones, cell phones, VCRs, radios, cassette players, batteries, CD/DVD players, satellite dishes, telecommunication systems, iron, steel, and aluminum.
Items that are not accepted include hazardous materials (any infectious or pathological wastes), material that could pose an environmental or health problem, any equipment containing radioactive components, equipment containing asbestos or mercury, any CRT computer monitors, or TVs (old box type), flat screen LED/LCD televisions, large household appliances (refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers, washers, and dryers), lamps, and light bulbs.
Here is the flyer from Tucker First UMC:
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