Don’t miss this opportunity to reduce clutter, while disposing of your electronics and a multitude of other things environmentally at The Energy Corridor Recycles Day, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday, November 16.
From cell phones, outdated telecommunications systems, VCRs, televisions, game consoles and MP3 players to computers, hard drives, and other office and home electronics – all laced with potentially toxic materials – The Energy Corridor Recycles Day will make sure they end up recycled or disposed of properly. Bring your unused electronics and make sure they don’t end up contaminating soil or groundwater.
But there’s much more you can recycle during West Houston’s premier recycling event. It’s an unparalleled opportunity to free up home, garage and office space.
Old batteries – even vehicle batteries – DVDs, clothes, shoes, toys, textiles, backpacks, school supplies, toiletry bags, high chairs, picture frames, décor, kitchenware, glassware, furniture in good condition (accepted on a case-by-case basis), and household glass, metal and plastic will be accepted for recycling.
And bring your documents for secure shredding.
Check out the huge list of items accepted for recycling here.
The Energy Corridor Recycles Day is sponsored by BP, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil Chemical, Members Choice Credit Union, Phillips 66 and The Energy Corridor District.
Recycling partners include America Textile Recycling Service, Interstate Battery, Republic Services, Shred Pro and SIMS Recycling Solutions.
Special thanks to Chick-fil-A at Westheimer & Kirkwood for graciously donating lunch to all of the volunteers this year.
The Energy Corridor Recycles Day is 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday, November 16, in the parking lot behind the Conoco gas station, 700 N. Eldridge at N. Dairy Ashford, just north of I-10.
Save the date. Save the earth. Save your garage.