Recycle appliances, electronic, bikes and more – April 25

Above: Have old electronics or bikes collecting dust? This weekend’s recycling event is an opportunity to offload them. (Images: left contributed; right posted to Flickr by rynosoft)

This weekend, St. Anne’s Church parking lot will host special recycling events. While it’s not a church run fundraiser, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the parish.

The event will run on Saturday, April 25th, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. Here are the details with recycling fees listed:

Electronic and Appliance Recycling

  • Any kind of Electronic item with a plug: computers, scanners, flat panel monitors (10″-30″), copiers, DVD players, stereos, lighting, etc – $5 ea.
  • Glass monitors – $10 ea.
  • Any kind of Appliance and more: dishwashers, dryers, stoves, micowaves, dehumidifiers, refrig., AC, exercise equipment, lawn mowers, small engine items, snow blowers, lawn Mowers, etc. – $10 ea.
  • Tv’s 10-25, monitors – $10 ea
  • No Fee: cables, keyboards, cell phones, car batteries, etc.

Bicycle Recycle Day

  • No fee
  • Unwanted old or new bicycles: Mountain, Road, BMX. Cruiser, old/new, kids, etc.
  • Our aim is to keep bikes from being thrown out when they can be reused.
  • If you are unable to bring a bicycle, please call and we will arrange a time and pick it up.

Any Questions: Please contact Dennis Wood 508-277-7513

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Marjorie Coldwell
9 years ago

Conflicting dates in article!!

9 years ago

How much is donated to the church?

9 years ago

Smells fishy.

9 years ago

So what exactly happens to this “recycled” electronics and such? My guess is that anything worthwhile is removed, and sold, and the rest or most, goes into a landfill in China or Ghana. Several major publications have written articles on it. Hopefully someone with more education on this topic can inform.

9 years ago

You can also drop off most electronics at Best Buy for no-fee recycling. They also take cables, CDs, and chargers. I think there is a 2 item per day limit, but a quick google of Best Buy Recycling programming will give you all the details. I have taken many things to them without any problems.

9 years ago
Reply to  JMO

Anyone know where to recycle larger TV’s?

Every recycle program I see has a limit of 32 inches or so. I have an old 37 inch tube tv, and no one will take it. It’s frustrating to see all these recycle days, and programs like best buy, and none will accept it. I understand they are a pain to deal with (it’s very heavy) but I’m starting to feel like my only options are to either leave it cluttering my basement or dump it somewhere that I’m not supposed to.

I’d be fine with paying a large item fee or something like that.

Al Hamilton
9 years ago
Reply to  Southville

You might try Advanced Electronics Recycling, 43 Broad St, Hudson, Ma (978) 568-3444

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