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Clemmons e-recycle event

Are you looking for a way to dispose of old electronic items in an environmentally responsible manner? Perhaps that old television or computer is being replaced and you need to dispose of the old one. Load up all of your e-waste and take advantage of convenient and environmentally friendly disposal for free. An e-recycling event will be held from 9 a.m-3 p.m., Saturday, June 26, at the Village of Clemmons Public Works, 3800 Dillon Industrial Drive in Clemmons.

Residential properties only. This is not a commercial e-recycle event. Please note that this is not a curbside service. You must bring your items to the Clemmons Public Works Facility.

Acceptable items for recycling

Computer-based electronics

Desktop Computer/Monitors
Keyboards/Mice
Hard Drives
Power Supplies
Docking Stations
Circuit Boards
Laptops
Hubs and Switches
Networking Equipment
Battery Backups
AC Adaptors
Wire and Cords

Consumer electronics

Remote Controls (no batteries)
CD/DVD Players
Stereo Equipment (no wood)
Cell Phones
Mixers
Toasters
Microwaves
Curling Irons
Most Battery Powered Hand Tools
Televisions
VCR/s
Gaming Systems
Amplifiers
Household Electronics
Blenders (no glass)
Most Kitchen Gadgets
Hair Dryers
Power Drills
Chargers

items not accepted

Oil filters
Devices Containing Refrigerants
Liquids of Any Kind
Light Bulbs
Smoke Detectors
Plastic Toys w/o Electronics Inside
Devices Which May Contain Radiation
Oil Filled Heaters
Items Containing PCB’s
Ceramics (lamps, etc)
Devices Containing Gas
Rubber
Contaminated Medical Equipment
Hazardous Material
Wood

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