Residents of Gwinnett County have the chance to properly dispose of hard-to-recycle items as part of America Recycles Day. On Saturday, Nov. 6, Gwinnett County Waste Management in a partnership with Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful will host a recycling event at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville.
From 9 a.m. until noon, residents can bring their items that would otherwise be thrown into a landfill to be properly recycled. In addition to people being able to bring their hard-to-recycle items, Gwinnett County Waste Management and Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful wanted to bring a little fun into the event. Those who stop by can visit the touch-a-truck, meet their haulers, get refreshments and more.
The items that will be accepted as part of the America Recycles Day are:
- Paper (shredding – up to five copier boxes)
- Electronics ($35 cash fee per projection T.V., $15 cash fee per monitor and T.V., $5 cash fee per printer)
- Tires (limit eight; no dealer tires)
- Paint (limit 10 gallons per vehicle)
- Clothing and sneakers
All items should be placed in disposable containers/boxes as the containers/boxes will not be returned.
America Recycles Day was started in 1997 by the National Recycling Coalition. The purpose of the event is to encourage Americans to commit to recycling.
For more information about the event, click here.
Coolray Field is located at 2500 Buford Drive in Lawrenceville.