Woodstock has announced a “Greenstock Day” recycling event where residents can safely dispose of electronics, clothing and documents.
Offered by the city with Waste Management, Premier Surplus, USAgain and Shred-It, the event is set for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Woodstock Elementary School, 230 Rope Mill Road.
Electronics, cell phones and batteries will be processed for re-use by Premier. Items will be taken free except for TVs ($25 charge), projection TVs ($40), CRT monitors ($10) and LCD monitors with broken screens ($5). Cell phones will go to the Cell Phones for Soldiers program. Batteries should have terminals taped.
Compact fluorescent light bulbs (in clear, sealed plastic bags; no tubular lights), hearing aids, eyeglasses and newspapers and magazines also will be accepted.
USAgain will recover textiles from donated clothing, shoes, towels, backpacks, stuffed animals and other goods; and Shred-It will be on site to shred confidential, residential documents (limit: five boxes per car). Information: https://bit.ly/2IikouP
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