How can I recycle a computer or TV?
Residents of Narragansett have several options for where to take their computer and other old electronics. Televisions, working or non-working computers, laptops, modems, printers, keyboards and mouse pointers are accepted at the Department of Public Works Maintenance Facility, 260 Westmoreland Street in Narragansett on Mondays-Fridays from 7:30am-3:00pm. It is against the law to dispose electronic waste in the landfill.

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1. Do I really HAVE to recycle?
2. What items are recyclable?
3. Can I put plastic bags in my recycling bin?
4. Do I have to separate my recyclable items?
5. Where do I get recycling bins?
6. How do I know if my hauler is licensed by the town?
7. Where is the local transfer station?
8. How do I dispose of household hazardous waste – e.g. propane tanks, oil based paints, rechargable batteries, fluorescent light bulbs?
9. How can I recycle a computer or TV?
10. Why can’t I recycle cardboard boxes from 12-pack soda cans and other refrigerated and frozen food boxes – e.g. beer, butter, pizza, TV dinner, etc.?
11. Are pizza delivery boxes recyclable?
12. Can I recycle Styrofoam?
13. How can I recycle more on a daily basis?