February 3 8 News NOW Living Green Super Recycling Day, Thomas and Mack Center Parking Lot, 7:30am-230pm
The seventh annual event is once being held again at the Thomas & Mack Parking lot off of Swenson and Tropicana Avenue.
8 News Now: “Don’t know what to do with your old electronics like TVs or computers? Do you have car or vehicle batteries lying around? Or do you simply need documents shredded or even unexpired or unused medicine you do not know what to do with? Join 8 News NOW, for our 6th annual Super Saturday Recycling event. Recycle electronics and documents safely and responsibly; anything that can be plugged in or takes batteries will be accepted.”
Dunn & Son will help destroy FREE of charge the following items:
- CRT Monitors ($20 fee)
- LCD Monitors
- Power supplies
- Hard drives
- Fax Machines
- Cable Wires
- Big Screen Projection Televisions ($30 fee)
- Televisions ($20 fee)
- Gaming Systems (Nintendo, Play Stations, X Boxes…)
ITEMS THAT WILL YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR
- Projection Big Screen Television $30 each
- DLP Television $20 each
- LCD & LED Televisions (any size) $20 each
- All CRT monitors & televisions (13″ to 36″) $20 each
In addition, Goodwill of Southern Nevada will be collecting:
- Shoes & Boots
- Purses, Jewelry & Accessories
- CD’s, DVD’s, Blu-rays, Video Games
- Games & Toys
- Housewares, including Dishes and Glassware
- Home & Holiday Decor
- Musical Instruments
- Sporting Goods
- Framed Art & Collectibles
- Small Appliances, including kitchen electronics
Republic Services will be accepting co-mingled recyclables.
Clean out your medicine cabinet as Care Coalition will be collecting unused or expired medication.
New and gently used CHILDREN books will be collected by Spread the Word Nevada.
Finally, up to four boxes, or bags, of documents can be shredded for free, courtesy of Shred-It.
- Does the event have a hashtag?
- After Super Recycling Day, what are the options for recycling in Las Vegas?
- What are examples of recycling in Las Vegas?
Please share! For those not in Las Vegas, let us know if your community has similar recycling events.