Woodstock’s Greenstock Day to take hard-to-recycle items

Hard-to-recycle items like old TVs will be accepted — for a fee — at Greenstock Day in Woodstock, April 25. AJC FILE

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Hard-to-recycle items like old TVs will be accepted — for a fee — at Greenstock Day in Woodstock, April 25. AJC FILE

“Greenstock Day” returns to Woodstock in April as an opportunity for residents to drop off hard-to-recycle items, from televisions to plush toys to confidential documents.

The event is 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at Woodstock Elementary School, 230 Rope Mill Road, according to the Spring 2020 issue of The Towne Hall News.

Electronics, phones and batteries will be accepted at no charge except for televisions ($25), projection TVs ($40), CRT monitors ($10) and LCD monitors ($5, cash only). Compact fluorescent bulbs must be in a clear, plastic, sealed bag; no long, tubular bulbs will be accepted.

Acceptable textiles include clothing, shoes, belts, hats, purses, backpacks, bedding, towels, curtains and plush toys. Magazines, newspapers, hearing aids and eyeglasses also will be accepted. Up to eight boxes per car of residential, confidential documents will be taken for shredding.

The city's partners in Greenstock Day are Waste Management, Premier Surplus, USAgain and A1 Shredding and Recycling. Information: https://bit.ly/39EyVuI