Old electronics taking up space in your home?
Burlington County residents with old computer equipment and televisions to dispose of and/or confidential documents to destroy can attend a free recycling event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, at the Robert Shinn Recycling Center, 130 Hancock Lane, off Route 541 in Westampton.
County residents may bring televisions, computers and laptops, keyboards, mice and cables, printers, desktop copiers, scanners, fax machines, game consoles, cell phones and rechargeable batteries to be recycled. Staff will unload electronics directly from vehicles.
In addition, a shredder truck will be on site to destroy confidential documents, such as bank statements, tax forms and other sensitive paperwork. Residents are asked to limit the amount of material to be shredded to four bags or four copier paper-sized boxes per household.
Residents are asked not to bring non-confidential documents such as junk mail, circulars, magazines and catalogs. These should be recycled at the curb or municipal drop-offs.
This event is for Burlington County residents only—no businesses or nonprofits.
Contact the recycling office at 609-499-1001 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Courtesy of the Burlington County Office of Public Information