City to host Electronic Waste Recycling Day April 13

On April 8, 2013, in Latest News, by The Somerville Times


The City of Somerville will host an electronic waste recycling event on Saturday, April 13 at the Department of Public Works, 1 Franey Road, from 9:00am to noon. This event is open to Somerville residents and businesses.

The following items will be accepted:

Desktop PCs, Laptops, Cell Phones, Routers, Network Switches, Photocopiers, Power Supplies, Wires/Cables, Misc. Electronic Parts, Computer Monitors, Projectors, Scanners, Servers, Coffee Makers, Microwaves, Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners, Radios, Electronic Instruments, Laser Printers, Televisions, VCRs, DVD Players, Cable/Satellite Boxes, Speaker Systems, Lamps, Plasma Screen TVs, LCD Monitors, Inkjet Printers.

For more information please, call 311.


5 Responses to “City to host Electronic Waste Recycling Day April 13”

  1. mememe says:

    While this is handy, doesn’t this go against the definition of ‘single source’ recycling that the mayor funded and used as a justification for increased property taxes?

  2. 121 says:

    Its just pr or city hall-and jst as bad as having street sweeping during rainy days which does nothing but spread the trash around.

  3. Somerbreeze says:

    Can a certain mayor who panders to developers and yuppies be recycled, too?


  4. j. connelly says:

    Watch out for those Lithium batteries.

  5. anne says:

    mememe, no, I know of no single STREAM recycling system that includes hazardous or e-waste — that always has to be handled separately. E-waste collections are a desirable service to those of us who have accumulated dead cell phones & hard drives and want to dispose of them responsibly. (And we don’t even have to like this mayor to appreciate the service.)

    Also, regular monthly hazardous waste collection resumes for the summer this weekend, and next month will include a special styrofoam packing material collection – schedule here –

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