2016 Spring Clean-up and Electronics Recycling Day
Clean-up crew clowing around during the rain.
On May 7th, Dingman Township held its annual Spring Clean-up and Electronics Recycling Day despite the rain and gloom. While it is too early to provide all the totals, the recycling portion of the event appears to have been quite successful.
Over 30 yards of miscellaneous electronic items were collected including:
20 DVD / CD/Game console units
26 Computer monitors
3 Laptop computers
2 Pad / tablet / e-reader computers
21 Printers / fax / scanners /and combinations
19 Radios / stereo components
These will all be taken for proper recycling.
A dozen cell phones were dropped off. Working and easily repairable cell phones will be refurbished and provided to women's shelters around the country. Those that are not workable are recycled.
Three 5 gallon buckets of consumer batteries were collected and shipped to the appropriate recycling facilities. (Note: Consumer batteries may also be dropped off at the township building, work days between 8:30 and 4:00 PM).
Car (type) Batteries
Three car type batteries were collected for recycling. Car batteries may only be brought to clean-up days.
Scrap Metal and White Goods
About 70 yards of scrap metal and white goods were collected for recycling. Items with Freon will have the Freon removed and recycled.
At this time the number of tires to be recycled and waste material that will be landfilled is not known. It shall be reported at a later date.
Missed Spring Clean-up and Electronics Recycling Day? Then plan on hitting Dingman Township's annual Fall Clean-up and Recycling Day on September 17th 8AM til Noon.