Electronics Recycling In Greenville

From a previous electronics recycling event in Greenville.

The City of Greenville is sponsoring its annual Electronic Recycling Program this Friday and Saturday at the Public Works Department on South Fourth Street.

Bill Grider, Public Works director, said the event has been very popular each year. He said each year the turnout is better. The only thing new this year is a $5 charge for each tube-style TV turned in.

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There is also a fee for computer monitors that are not flat screen, LED or LCD.

Grider said the hours are the same each day, 8 AM to 4:30 PM. Cones will be set up along the driveway, guiding you into the garage bay. City crews will unload what you have to drop off.

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Items that will not be accepted are cardboard, glass, paper, tires, plastic, paint, oil, antifreeze, and wood products.

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