It is spring cleaning time in East Tennessee and Keep Anderson County Beautiful is joining with Ecyclers USA and Knighthurst Shredding to help you erase your trace, a press release said.
- Accepted items include:
- button batteries and rechargeable batteries;
- compact fluorescent bulbs;
- cell phones;
- some books;
- personal computing equipment (including systems, laptops, peripheral devices, components, and cables);
- home electronics;
- metals; and
- paper (to be shredded—up to five standard boxes).
- Items not accepted include encyclopedias, cookbooks, textbooks, tube fluorescent bulbs, alkaline batteries, and shoes.
Volunteers will be available to help you unload and sort your items, a press release said.
Donations are welcome to help offset disposal costs, the release said.
Date: Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location: ORAU parking lot, Badger Avenue, Oak Ridge
Shoes: If you have unwanted shoes, please consider donating them to Helping Paws Animal Network of Oak Ridge, the press release said. The shoe drive is now through Earth Day (April 22) at the Mail Center and National Martial Arts of Oak Ridge, Lange Animal Hospital in Knoxville, and Dixie Lee Wines and Liquors in Farragut.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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