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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Fall Electronics Recycling Day is Saturday Sept. 29

New Date for 
Fall Electronics Recycling Day 
Saturday, Sept. 29, 9 am-1 pm 
From Linda Harris- City of Decatur
SAME NEW(ish) LOCATION:
Decatur Public Works, 2635 Talley St. [MAP
Bring your old cell phones, cameras, PC components, and other outdated electronic equipment for recycling. Electronics dropped off will be sorted and broken down into raw materials and sent to recyclers for reuse. In addition to electronics, you may drop off batteries of any type, mercury thermometers and thermostats.

TVs may also be recycled for a $10 cash-only fee per TV with exact change. There is no charge to recycle other items.

Recyclables must be dropped off during the hours of the event. Early drop-offs are not possible. Almost anything with an electrical cord can be recycled except microwave ovens.

Note: We are not taking Styrofoam as part of this event. Check the Decatur Focus newsletter and TheDecaturMinute.com often for announcements about upcoming Styrofoam recycling and paper shredding events.

For information and last-minute updates, contact:
Sean Woodson, 404-377-5571
sean.woodson@decaturga.com
www.decaturga.com/electronicsrecycling

Recycle these items at no charge:  
Adding machines
Answering machines
Batteries, any kind
Cable converter boxes
Cables
Calculators
Component parts
Copiers
Desktop computers
Digital cameras
Digital projectors
DVD players
Electric lawn mowers
Fax machines
Garden equipment
GPS receivers
Hubs
Game controllers
Keyboards
Label makers
Laptop computers
Main frames
Mice
Mini-towers
Monitors
Pagers
PDAs
Portable CD players
Portable game players
Printer cartridges
Printers
Radios
Remote controls
Routers
Scanners
Servers
Speakers
Stereo equipment
Telephones
Telephony equipment
3-in-1 devices
Typewriters
UPS units
VCRs
Workstations
Zip drives
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Linda Harris
The City of Decatur

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