OREGON — The Ogle County Strong Waste Administration Division (OCSWMD) will host a residential electronics recycling and paper shredding occasion, in addition to a meals drive on Saturday, October 15 on the constructing. county annex situated at 909 Pines Highway in Oregon. This occasion is for Ogle County residents solely, no industrial or institutional paperwork or electronics are accepted.
Residential electronics might be accepted from eight am to midday at this occasion. Accepted objects embody all televisions, pc displays, computer systems and pc cables and equipment, printers, FAX machines, desktop copiers, tablets, cell telephones, laptops, DVD and VCR gamers, cable/satellite tv for pc containers, radios, stereos, shredders (not tubs), online game tools, rechargeable batteries, printer ink cartridges, digital watches, calculators, string lights, and different small digital units. Microwave ovens are accepted for a charge of $5 per unit. Permits are required for the digital recycling occasion, get hold of a free allow by calling 815-732-4020 or emailing your identify, tackle and cellphone quantity to [email protected].
Shredding will happen from 9 am to midday. Permission shouldn’t be required to shred paper. Paper shredding is supplied by OCSWMD and is free to residents. All paperwork might be shredded on web site. Restrict 4 bank-size doc containers per family. Take away all paper clips and metallic binding supplies earlier than the occasion.
Keep in mind the much less lucky in our group and in addition convey a non-perishable meals merchandise to the occasion. All donations might be distributed by OCSWMD to native meals luggage all through Ogle County. Accepted objects embody non-expired cans and jars of meals and boxed meals objects, in addition to family necessities akin to sealed toothpaste, cleaning soap, cleansing provides, laundry provides, paper towels and extra.
Name the OCSWMD at 815-732-4020 for extra details about this recycling occasion, or on Fb on the Ogle County Strong Waste Administration Division.