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Posted on: August 22, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Gansett Days Recycling Collection Event

Gansett Days Recycling Collection Event - Sept 14, 2019!

Narragansett is pleased to announce our Fall Recycling Collection Event on Saturday, September 14th, from 8:00 am-1:00 pm.

Location: West Lot of Town Beach on Ann Hoxsie Lane across from the South Pavilion located at 39 Boston Neck Rd.

Bring paper for shredding (no box limit), and electronic waste ONLY (see below). Take advantage of this opportunity to recycle these items and free up space in your home. It's fast, free and easy with no appointment necessary.

WE ACCEPT the following items listed below at NO charge:

Computers, laptops, servers, routers, and peripherals such as mice, keyboards, plastic speakers, and microphones.

TVs, monitors and flat screens. TVs must be whole and in tact (No broken or exposed TV tubes).

Hard drives, optical drives, motherboards, daughter boards, ram, CD ROMs, power packs, etc. We do not re-market or reuse any data storage devices. 

Printers, fax machines, typewriters, scanners, toner cartridges, cameras, calculators, and small medical equipment.

Cell phones (including battery), cordless phones, telephones, PDA's, Ipods, tablets, and chargers. 

Batteries accepted include auto/marine, laptop, cell phone, lithium and battery backups. 

 All types of cables and wires.

Audio/visual equipment, stereos, CD/DVD players, console gaming systems, cassette players, remote controls (no wooden cased items).

Small household appliances like toasters, microwaves (not glass plate), toaster ovens, blenders (not glass bowls), mixers, vacuum cleaners  (remove dust bag) and power tools.


WE DO NOT ACCEPT any type of light bulb, disposable/single-use batteries, smoke or carbon monoxide detectors, thermometers, thermostats, glass blender bowls or microwave plates, VCR tapes or CD/Floppy/DVD disks, wood-cased stereo speakers, furniture, electric organs, heating pads/blankets, cushioned chairs, mattresses, plastic bags, cardboard, rigid plastic bins, Styrofoam, wood, firearms, or hazardous materials such as paint or chemicals. These materials will be sorted out at at the truck and returned to our customer for proper disposal.




For more information on the event call the Narragansett Recycling Coordinator at 782-0635.


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