If you live within the city limits of Alpharetta, you have a chance to dispose of paint and household hazardous waste this weekend.
This is a one-day FREE recycling event on Saturday, September 26th, 2020.
You must complete the registration form by Thursday, September 24th.
Items you might bring with you are paint, gasoline, garden chemicals, solvents, and more.
This is a drive-up event and you’ll remain in your car.
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Coming up: Computer & electronics recycling event
North Fulton businesses and residents will be able to recycle computers and other electronic equipment at this event.
It takes place on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 8:30am until Noon.
There will be a community shredding event at the same time.
The location will be at the Alpharetta Department of Public Works, 1790 Hembree Road, Alpharetta, Georgia.
The following items will be accepted at no charge:
• DVD players & VCRs
• Portable electronics
• Mobile phones
• Computer parts
• Toner cartridges
• Monitors (Note $10 for CRT monitors)
• Small electronics
• UPS batteries
Please note that there will be a $20.00 charge for acceptable televisions – no projection TV’s, console units, or TV tubes. An additional charge of $10.00 will also be applied for CRT monitors.
The following items will NOT be accepted:
• Small appliances
• Microwave ovens
• Humidifiers and dehumidifiers
• Washers and dryers
• Power equipmen
• Vacuum cleaners
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