If you have some unwanted electronic devices that you have been meaning to get rid of, your chance to do it will be happening soon.

Chances are, you have some things lying around the house, or in the garage that either don't work or you simply don't use anymore. I'm talking about a broken DVD player or TV that you can't just throw out in the dumpster. Well, if you are ready to make some more room in your home/garage, and you live in Vanderburgh County, your chance to get rid of those old and unwanted electronics is coming up in September.

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Vanderburgh County Electronics Recycling Day

The Vanderburgh County Solid Waste Management District has announced that the fall Electronics Recycling Day will be happening on Saturday, September 23rd from 8:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. at the Civic Center parking lot (9th & Walnut Streets).

Now, it's important to note that not all of your unwanted electronics can be recycled at this event. There are lists of items that are and are not accepted. Here's what you need to know:

Items Accepted:

During recycling events, a variety of electronic materials will be accepted for recycling at no charge. The items will include, but are not limited to computers and computer-related equipment, laptops, monitors, printers, fax/scanners, TVs, DVD players, DVR devices, digital cameras, and cell phones.
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Items Not Accepted:

Copy machines and appliances, including microwaves, will not be accepted.
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This program is for Vanderburgh County households only. Items from businesses will not be accepted. You can find out more in the post below:

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