Recycling drive coming to Dartmouth High

Recycling drive coming to Dartmouth Excessive

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A recycling drop-off occasion shall be held at Dartmouth Excessive on Saturday, July 23 between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

This shall be one in all many drives on the South Coast held in partnership with state representatives Invoice Straus (D-Mattapoisett) and Chris Markey (D-Dartmouth) together with Inexperienced Group Junk Elimination, the City of Dartmouth, Eversource,  Youth Alternatives Limitless, Superior Waste, CMRK, Outdated Colony Habitat for Humanity, and HandUp Mattress Recycling & Upcycling.

“Recycling is a crucial side of the greener future that we’re striving for,” Markey mentioned. “This occasion is an incredible alternative for residents to scrub out their properties, assist the  setting, and even earn some cash to lighten their electrical invoice.” 

Residents are inspired to show in furnishings, outdated electronics, tires, automotive batteries, bikes, textiles, mattresses and field springs.

Contributors who deliver bikes, textiles, housewares, books, musical devices, automotive batteries, mattresses  and field springs is not going to be charged an entrance charge. There shall be a $35 disposal charge for mattresses and  field springs.  

Residents trying to eliminate electronics, tires, air  conditioners, and furnishings shall be charged a $15 entrance charge. There shall be a $5 charge for every tire and window air conditioner turned in. TV and pc screens shall be accepted for a $20 charge.  

Dartmouth Excessive is situated at 555 Bakerville Street.

Based on Markey’s workplace, residents will obtain a postcard with additional info on the occasion. For extra info, contact Inexperienced Group Junk Elimination at (508) 361-0519.

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