Waste Disposal

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Off-Campus:  Recycling Around Town

  • Lowes Hardware is now accepting rechargeable batteries, plastic bags and CFLs.
  • Whole Foods accepts wine corks (both plastic and natural) and #5 plastic containers.
  • 3RC EnviroStation,   Accepted materials include: metal polish, oven cleaners, rug shampoos, bug sprays, rat bait, pesticides, gasoline, fuel oil, antifreeze, brake fluid, car batteries, glues, strippers, thinners, solvents, batteries, unmixed photographic materials or other poisonous, ignitable, corrosive products, motor oil and paints.

    Electronic waste is accepted, including the following: computers and all associated computer parts including keyboards, mice, monitors, CPUs, printers, facsimile (fax) machines and scanners, etc.; audio-visual (A/V) equipment, including amplifiers, receivers, CD players, DVD players, VCRs, TV receivers and monitors, speakers, etc.; phones, cell and home; and large console TVs (pre-cable sets). For electronic waste not on this list, please call the Enviro-Station ((336)784-4300) first to obtain approval.
  • Goodwill Industries accepts unwanted computers, printers, and monitors.  Simply, take your equipment to any Goodwill store or donation center. All brands and conditions of equipment are accepted. 


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