Recycle Electronic Waste and More at America Recycles Day “One Stop Drop” Event
Drop off hard to recycle items like e-waste, cell phones, #5 plastics, plastic bags, and old pens
Cincinnati – Mayor Mark Mallory, Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and Whole Foods Market are inviting residents to take part in a new recycling event, aptly named “One Stop Drop”, in honor of America Recycles Day. Residents can bring hard-to-recycle items like electronic waste, old cell phones and plastic bags to one convenient drop off location in the parking lot of the Whole Foods Market Rookwood Commons location.
Event: One-Stop-Drop Event – America Recycles Day
Date: TOMORROW, Tuesday, November 15
Time: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location: Whole Foods Market, Rookwood Commons, 2693 Edmondson Road
- Keep Cincinnati Beautiful
- Whole Foods Market
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
- City of Cincinnati Office of Environmental Quality
- Hamilton County Recycling & Solid Waste District
- Rumpke Recycling
Acceptable items include cell phones and chargers, #5 plastics such as butter tubs and yogurt containers, plastic bags, and used writing instruments like pens, Sharpies, Expo markers, and caps. Local electronics recycler 2TRG will provide free recycling for a wide variety of electronic waste including computer monitors, audio equipment, printers, and more. TVs will be collected for a fee of $10 each (cash only) with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. Local environmental organizations will be on hand to share new initiatives with participants and answer any questions about recycling.
Please visit http://tinyurl.com/c4xss3l for more information and a complete list of acceptable items.