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Mesa residents can drop off old electronics and appliances at an event scheduled for Saturday.
Mesa is hosting an electronics and appliance drop-off event Saturday that is free and open to all city residents. The city will accept computers, printers, televisions, appliances, phones and audio/video equipment.
Mesa residents looking for a way to get rid of old cans of paint, batteries, pesticides, electronics, tires and prescription drugs are invited to bring these and other household hazardous waste materials to the next city-sponsored collection 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the East Mesa Service Center, 6935 E. Decatur St. (east of Power Road, north of University).
Mesa residents can safely discard their old computers, televisions, phones, audio/video equipment, printers and appliances at the city’s express drop-off recycling event 8 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Mesa is holding an electronics recycling event Saturday, Dec. 3 for residents to discard unwanted items. The city will accept computers, televisions, printers, phones and other electronics from 8 a.m. to noon at the Center Street Facility, 2412 N. Center St. City employees will help residents unload items. The free event is only for Mesa residents. For more information, call (480) 644-2221 or visit www.mesarecycles.org.
Mesa is hosting a shred-a-thon document destruction event Feb. 12, which is free to city residents.
Mesa is holding an electronics recycling collection event Saturday, when residents can get rid of computers, televisions, phones, printers, appliances and other electronics. The event is scheduled from 8 a.m. to noon at the Center Street Facility, 2412 N. Center St. City staff will help unload items at the free event, which is only open to Mesa residents. More information is available at (480) 644-2221 or www.mesarecycles.org.
Mesa is holding an electronics recycling event Sept. 25, allowing residents to drop off old computers, televisions, cell phones, printers, appliances and more.
As the weather warms and residents start to work on their yards, they’re reminded Mesa is the only city in Arizona to offer a curbside green barrel program the weekly collection of green yard waste such as grass, leaves and small branches. The collected material is taken to a special processing area at the Salt River Landfill where it is converted into mulch and compost. In 2012, Mesa green barrel customers recycled 17,511 tons of yard waste.
Mesa residents can shred and recycle personal documents on Saturday, Feb. 11 while supporting a nonprofit at the same time. The city will host a document shredding event on that date with the Arizona Center for the Blind Document Destruction and Recycling Center, which provides a portion of its profits to the Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Mesa is holding a household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday for city residents.
Mesa's solid waste management department has a new motto for back-to-school season: "It's a new school year, let's keep the sidewalks clear."
Mesa residents looking for a way to get rid of old cans of paint, batteries, pesticides, electronics, tires and prescription drugs are invited to bring these and other household hazardous waste materials to the next city-sponsored collection 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the East Mesa Service Center, 6935 E. Decatur St., east of Power Road, north of University Drive.
Mesa’s Solid Waste Management Department has set up four temporary locations for residents to recycle election campaign signs.
Mesa residents can get rid of household hazardous waste April 14, when the city will collect a wide range of substances.
Mesa residents can get rid of household hazardous waste Saturday, Feb. 4, when the city will collect a wide range of substances. The free event is scheduled from 8 a.m. to noon at the East Mesa Service Center, 6953 E. Decatur St., which is east of Power Road and north of University Drive.
Mesa residents can safely get rid of old paint, batteries and other chemicals this Saturday at a free event. The city will accept household hazardous substances including paint, pool chemicals, adhesives, aerosol cans, pesticides, fuel additives, antifreeze, gasoline and propane tanks, mercury, batteries and light bulbs. Materials should be sealed in an original container whenever possible, and unmarked containers should be labeled if possible. Also, residents can drop off up to two appliances and up to five automotive tires. The city won’t accept industrial waste, radioactive material, explosives, large truck tires or trash.
Give the environment a gift this holiday season: the gift of recycling your Christmas tree.
Mesa’s A Better Community program is asking residents to donate to the needy for the holidays — and reminding them they can claim the contribution on their 2011 tax return by donating before the end of the year.