Eco-Depot

Narragansett Eco-Depot 2020



COVID safe Narragansett Recycling Event
Narragansett Beach North Pavilion
Saturday, November 14, 2020
8am to 12pm
77 Boston Neck Road


Eco-Depot: Household Hazardous Waste
Indie Cycle (e-waste)
Residential Shredding (2 Box Limit)

Additional Hazardous Waste Info


Rules:


Please wear your mask and stay in your car for the entire event. No residency requirement to participate.  No appointment necessary for Indie Cycle or residential shredding.

NOTE: RIRRC is requesting that participants of Eco-Depot hazard household waste (ONLY) register online at https://www.rirrc.org/recycling-composting-disposal/hazardous-waste/household-hazardous-waste


Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes (see flyer for more details). 
We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—
please do not get out of your car. 

Indie Cycle (http://indiecycle.blogspot.com/) accepts TVs, monitors, computers, servers, laptops, flat screens, computer parts, tablets, telephones, cell phones, mice, keyboards, printers, toner cartridges, CD/DVD players, radios, wires, stereo equipment, microwaves, small household appliances and auto/marine/laptop batteries and battery back-ups, air conditioners, mini fridges and any coolant containing appliances (small fee charged for Freon removal). 

They will NOT take broken or exposed TV tubes, light bulbs, nickel cadmium, and single use batteries, VCR tapes/disks, glass containers, microwave dishes, Styrofoam or furniture.  


Sponsored by the Narragansett DPW Recycling Coordinator and the South Kingstown Recycling Coordinator.  For additional information, please call Dori Boardman at the Town of Narragansett’s Recycling Program at 782-0635.

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Shredding