Basically, you can drop off three items per day for free - yes, free! There are, of course, some limitations: first, it is supposed to be for residents, not businesses; second, big appliances are hauled away from your home for free if you buy a replacement from Best Buy and have them delivered to you. None-the-less, it is a great service for our communities as it properly disposes of all that recyclable or toxic stuff. Of course, they are probably hoping you stay and browse around the store afterward... :)
When dropping things off, the small items go into bins in the vestibule while larger items (TVs, printers, monitors, phonographs, etc.) can be put in a cart and left inside the store, somewhere near the entrance (they will direct you where to put it). They have had me park just outside the doors in the No Parking area while I unload, though you may want to check with them first.
Full details are easy to find on their site.
7/11/2021 08:46:36 pm
It's interesting that you mention that recycling your old computer is good for the environment. I want to do my part to save the planet, so I'm thinking about recycling the old computer that's sitting in my office. I'm going to look for a good computer recycling service in my area to use.
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