Fayetteville offers free shredding, recycling

Electronics recycling and document shredding will be offered for free in Fayetteville from 9 a.m. to noon on Dec. 11 at City Hall, 240 S. Glynn Street.

Separate trucks for electronics and paper disposal will be parked in the City Hall parking lot along Lee Street. The services are open to all Fayette County residents and there is no limit to the amount of material each person can bring. No televisions will be accepted, but the service is open to other commonly recycled items such as old computers, monitors, keyboard, phones, cables and similar products.

Further information is available at or by calling City Clerk Anne Barksdale at 770-719-4159.

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