Recycle Your Christmas Tree 2016 in Cumming, GA

bring one for the chipper3,380 Christmas trees were recycled last year in Forsyth County, GA

If you have a real Christmas tree, what will you be doing with it after the holidays?

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful offers a wonderful recycling program right here in Forsyth County, GA.

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) invites residents to continue their annual tradition of recycling thousands of Christmas trees during the “Bring One for the Chipper” Christmas tree recycling event through January 30.

Christmas trees can be dropped off at locations conveniently located throughout the county where a wood chipper will process the trees into mulch.

On the designated dates and times, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the following locations:

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) invites residents to recycle their Christmas trees during the annual ‘Bring One for the Chipper’ event from December 26 through January 30. Last year, Forsyth County recycled 3,380 trees.

“Forsyth County has recycled 101,242 Christmas trees since the county began participating in the ‘Bring One for the Chipper’ program in 1994,” said Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright. “All of the Christmas trees brought to us for recycling have either been placed in the lake as fish habitat or chipped into reusable mulch. We look forward to keeping trees out of landfills every year.”

On the designated dates and times, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the following Forsyth County locations:

Home Depot – 1000 Market Place Boulevard
Home Depot – 2635 Peachtree Parkway
January 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vickery Creek Elementary School – 6280 Post Road
December 26 through January 7, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tolbert Street Recycling Convenience Center – 351 Tolbert Street
December 26 through January 30 (closed on Sundays), from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Old Atlanta Recycling Convenience Center – 3678 Old Atlanta Road
December 26 through January 30 (closed on Sundays), from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Coal Mountain Recycling Convenience Center – 3560 Settingdown Road
December 26 through January 30 (closed on Sundays), from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All three county recycling convenience centers will close at 1 p.m. on Saturday, December 31, and remain closed until 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, January 3, in observance of New Year’s Day. The centers will also be closed Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Wood chips made from the recycled trees are available on a first-come, first-served basis year-round to county residents, just inside Coal Mountain Park located at 3560 Settingdown Road. Residents are responsible for loading and hauling their own wood chips.

For more information on Christmas tree recycling, visit keepforsythcountybeautiful.org or call KFCB at (770) 205-4573.

 

Recycle Your Christmas Tree 2015 in Cumming, GA

bring one for the chipper christmas tree recycling cumming, gaIf you have a real Christmas tree, what will you be doing with it after the holidays?

The best thing to do is recycle your tree and pick up a new seedling and plant a new tree. Keep Forsyth County Beautiful offers a wonderful recycling program right here in Forsyth County, GA.

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) invites residents to continue their annual tradition of recycling thousands of Christmas trees during the “Bring One for the Chipper” Christmas tree recycling event through January 30.

Christmas trees can be dropped off at locations conveniently located throughout the county where a wood chipper will process the trees into mulch.

On the designated dates and times, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the following locations:

Bring One For the Chipper! 2016 Christmas Tree Recycling Times and Locations

Free Dogwood Seedlings and Ferry-Morse Seeds will be available at all sites on Saturday, January 2nd while supplies last.

• Home Depot – 1000 Market Place Boulevard

   Accepting trees only January 2, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

   Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 2

• Home Depot – 2635 Peachtree Parkway

   Accepting trees only January 2, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

   Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 2

• Vickery Creek Elementary School – 6280 Post Road

   Accepting trees December 26 through January 2, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

   Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 2

• Tolbert Street Recycling Convenience Center – 351 Tolbert Street

   770.781.2176, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

   Accepting trees starting at 1 p.m. on December 26 through January 30

• Old Atlanta Recycling Convenience Center – 3678 Old Atlanta Road

   770.205.3010, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

   Accepting trees starting at 1 p.m. on December 26 through January 30

• Coal Mountain Recycling Center – 3560 Settingdown Road

   770.781.2071, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

   Accepting trees starting at 1 p.m. December 26 through January 30

Please note that all three recycling convenience centers will be closed Friday, January 1 in observance of New Year’s Day and Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Wood chips made from the recycled trees will be available for county residents inside of Coal Mountain Park at 3560 Settingdown Rd. Residents are responsible for loading and hauling their own wood chips.

For more information, call Keep Forsyth County Beautiful at 770.205.4573.

“Bring One for the Chipper” started in Georgia in 1991. Forsyth County residents have been participating since 1994 and have recycled more than 98,000 trees during that time.

Recycle Your Tree After Christmas in Forsyth County, GA

bring one for the chipperIf you have a real Christmas tree, what will you be doing with it after the holidays?

The best thing to do is recycle your tree. Keep Forsyth County Beautiful offers a wonderful tree recycling program right here in Forsyth County, GA.

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful Recycle Your Tree After Christmas

Forsyth County has recycled more than 85,000 Christmas trees since 1994

After the ornaments are removed from the Christmas tree, Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) invites residents to continue their annual tradition of recycling thousands of trees during the “Bring One for the Chipper” Christmas tree recycling event from December 26 through January 24. Last year, Forsyth County recycled more than 5,500 trees.

Christmas trees can be dropped off at locations conveniently located throughout the county where a wood chipper will process the trees into mulch.

“More and more Forsyth County residents recycle their trees every year,” said Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright. “We are looking forward to another great turnout.”

On the designated dates and times, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the following locations:

·   Home Depot – 1000 Market Place Boulevard
Accepting trees only January 3, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 3

·   Home Depot – 2635 Peachtree Parkway
Accepting trees only January 3, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 3

·   Vickery Creek Elementary School – 6280 Post Road Accepting trees December 26 through January 3, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 3

·   Tolbert Street Recycling Convenience Center – 351 Tolbert Street 770.781.2176, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Accepting trees starting at 1 p.m. on December 26 through January 24

·   Old Atlanta Recycling Convenience Center – 3678 Old Atlanta Road 770.205.3010, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Accepting trees starting at 1 p.m. on December 26 through January 24

·   Coal Mountain Recycling Convenience Center – 3560 Settingdown Road 770.781.2071, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Accepting trees starting at 1 p.m. December 26 through January 24

Please note that all three recycling convenience centers will open at 1 p.m. Friday, December 26. The centers will be closed Wednesday, January 1 in observance of New Year’s Day and Monday, January 19 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Wood chips made from the recycled trees will be available for county residents near the Forsyth County Roads and Bridges facility on County Way just off of GA 400. Interested residents are responsible for loading and hauling their own wood chips.

For more information visit www.keepforsythcountybeautiful.org or call KFCB at 770.205.4573.

 

Recycle Electronics Event on May 3, 2014

kfcbOne of the hardest things to do is recycle electronics items. I never know where to go or who to call. If you have any items that you need to get rid of, this event is perfect for helping you clean house in a green way.

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful – Recycle Electronics Event on May 3, 2014.

Accepted items include computers, stereos, cell phones and more

Forsyth County residents will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the environment by recycling their old, unused electronics during the upcoming electronics recycling event hosted by Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB). The event will be held on Saturday, May 3, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cumming Fairgrounds’ parking lot 3 off of Castleberry Road.

Accepted items for recycling include laptops, stereos, CD players, cell phones, microwaves, cameras and more. The minimum donation per carload drop-off is $5 while an additional $20 fee will apply for each television.

“There is always a great turnout for our electronics recycling events,” Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright said. “By taking the time to recycle their unused electronics, residents can make a positive impact on the environment while removing clutter from their homes.”

Some items, such as large wooden console televisions, projector televisions, toaster ovens and refrigerators, will not be accepted during the event. For a complete list of acceptable and non-acceptable items, visit www.forsythco.com or call KFCB at 770.205.4573.

Electronics Recycling

Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

City of Cumming Fairgrounds

(Parking Lot 3), Castleberry Road

Go north on GA 400 to Exit 15 (Bald Ridge Marina Road) and turn left. Continue straight. Take a left at the fourth light. Continue straight. The fairgrounds will be on the right. Parking lot 3 is on the left, across the street from the fairgrounds.

To receive more information, call 770.205.4573.

The minimum donation per carload drop-off is $5. An additional $20 fee will apply for each television.

ACCEPTABLE ELECTRONICS:

Computers, Monitors, Printers, Typewriters, Stereos, CD Players, Cell Phones, Fax Machines, Copiers, Projectors, VCRs, CB Radios, Camcorders, Cameras, Telephones, Cables, Circuit Boards, Network Equipment, Radios, Record Players, UPS/Battery Backup, Computer Parts, Computer Cables, Laptops, DVDs, Keyboards, Microwaves

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:

Wooden TVs, Projector TVs, Humidifiers, Refrigerators, Toaster Ovens, Vacuum Cleaners, Dehumidifiers, Power Equipment, Hair Dryers, Dryers, Washers, Gas-Powered Equipment

 

Five For Five Earth Day Activities for Families

Guest Post By Denise Carleton, Reaping Nature Education Outreach Foundation 

Founded back in 1970, Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 worldwide by more than 190 countries.

But what if every day could be Earth Day?

Here are 5 family friendly ways you can show your support for the environment and have fun doing it – together.

#1 – RECYCLE
Recycling saves trees, conserves energy, curbs water pollution, reduces landfills, and creates prosperity.

Paper Recycling Bins at Coal Mountain Convenience CenterForsyth County earned $60,000 in revenue from the recycling of plastics at convenience centers in 2012.

Annually Georgians bury raw materials worth nearly $300 million to manufacturers based right here in Georgia.

5 recyclable items used every day:
Glass
Paper
Steel
Aluminum
Plastic

#2 – COMPOST
Composting diverts waste from landfills, improves soil, is a free fertilizer, a superior alternative to chemical fertilizers, and is the best gift you can give your garden.

Composting at Haw Creek ES (640x478)

Composting at Haw Creek ES

Composting requires very little work and can be done in apartments to roof tops. There are over 80 things that can be composted!

5 compostable items:
Vegetables
Fruit
Eggshells
Coffee Grounds
Tea Bags

 

 

#3 – GROW
Growing your own vegetables is inexpensive, improves your health, connects family and friends, saves money, and is very rewarding.

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Cumming Elementary Dig in the Dirt Day… Shannon Archer, teacher, with her son, Patrick,
working on her classroom raised bed.

It’s also a great way to show yours kids where food comes from using the compost you make to fertilize your garden, and April just happens to be the best month to start a garden.

5 vegetables that can be grown easily:
Carrots
Beans
Lettuce
Cucumber
Tomatoes

 

 

 

 

#4 – VOLUNTEER
Volunteering helps you live longer, establishes strong relationships, is good for your career, is good for society, and gives you a sense of purpose.

Adopt A Road - SWC

Adopt A Road – SWC

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful holds many events, workshops, and programs yearlong. Consider making volunteering part of your life.

5 upcoming events and programs:
Mobile Trash Unit – April 24
Adopt-A-Road – All Year Long
Shore Sweeps – September 27
Recycle Electronics – May 3
AAS Workshops – April 26*
*Adopt-A-Stream Amphibian Workshop, Central Park

 

 

 

#5 – EXPLORE
Exploring the great outdoors can turn a frown upside down, makes children and families happier, makes you healthier, is educational, and is very relaxing.

Exploring at Sawnee Mountain

Exploring at Sawnee Mountain

There are many great places to get outside in Forsyth County. Many are free and provide an opportunity for you and your family to unplug, unwind, and explore nature together.

5 places to visit:
Lake Lanier
Sawnee Mountain
Cedar Hill Enrichment Center
Big Creek Greenway
Local Forsyth County Parks

 

This Earth Day make a commitment to being healthier and happier by picking 5 actions that you and your family can commit to.

You’ll reap the rewards this Earth Day and every day.

About Denise Carleton

Denise Carleton lives in Cumming with her husband two daughters. She is the founder of Reaping Nature Productions and Reaping Nature Educational Outreach Foundation. She is also the Conservation Department Chair for Sawnee Woman’s Club and Race Director for the Five Points Challenge 5K. She has received awards for her environmental efforts from Keep Forsyth County Beautiful, Keep Georgia Beautiful and Keep America Beautiful. To learn more about Denise and Reaping Nature visit www.reapingnature.org and www.reapingnature.com. You can contact Denise by emailing her at info @ reapingnature. com.

Recycle Your Christmas Tree in Cumming, GA

xmastreerecyclingThere is nothing sadder than the day after Christmas except maybe the day after your birthday.

If you have a real Christmas tree, what will you be doing with it after the holidays?

The best thing to do is recycle your tree and pick up a new seedling and plant a new tree. Keep Forsyth County Beautiful offers a wonderful recycling program right here in Forsyth County, GA.

Recycle Your Tree After Christmas

Forsyth County has recycled more than 80,000 Christmas trees since 1994

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) invites residents to continue their annual tradition of recycling thousands of Christmas trees during the “Bring One for the Chipper” Christmas tree recycling event from December 26 through January 25. Last year, Forsyth County residents recycled more than 8,700 trees.

Christmas trees can be dropped off at locations conveniently located throughout the county where a wood chipper will process the trees into mulch.

“Recycling Christmas trees provides a convenient way for residents to dispose of their tree and it is also good for the environment,” said Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright. “We are excited to see the number of trees recycled in Forsyth County continue to increase every year.”

On the designated dates and times, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the following locations:

  • Home Depot – 1000 Market Place Boulevard
    Accepting trees only January 4, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 4
  • Home Depot – 2635 Peachtree Parkway
    Accepting trees only January 4, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 4
  • Vickery Creek Elementary School – 6280 Post Road
    Accepting trees December 26 through January 4, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 4
  • Tolbert Street Recycling Convenience Center – 351 Tolbert Street
    770.781.2176, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Accepting trees December 26 through January 25
  • Old Atlanta Recycling Convenience Center – 3678 Old Atlanta Road
    770.205.3010, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Accepting trees December 26 through January 25
  • Coal Mountain Recycling Convenience Center – 3560 Settingdown Road
    770.781.2071, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Accepting trees December 26 through January 25

Please note that all three recycling convenience centers will be closed Wednesday, January 1 in observance of New Year’s Day and Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Free tree seedlings and vegetable seeds will be available on Saturday, January 4 at all sites beginning at 9 a.m. on a first-come basis, while supplies last.

Wood chips will also be available for county residents near the Forsyth County Roads and Bridges facility on County Way just off of GA 400. Interested residents are responsible for loading and hauling their own wood chips.

For more information call KFCB at 770.205.4573.

“Bring One for the Chipper” started in Georgia in 1991. Forsyth County residents have been participating since 1994 and have recycled more than 80,000 trees during that time.

Chattahoochee Elementary BYOT Technology Drive Through January 31, 2014

byot technology drive forsyth county schoolsAs the holidays approach, it is a great time to clean out your old smart phones and devices and donate them to a good cause.

Chattahoochee Elementary’s Technology Drive is from November 1, 2013 – January 31, 2014

Help support kids in Forsyth County Schools with your donation of old smart phones or tablets.  Donation centers will be Chattahoochee Elementary School, AT&T on Market Place Blvd. and Designs by ADF Monogramming and Gifts.  Used devices accepted must have power supply and ability to access Wi-Fi.  Please restore device to factory settings if possible prior to drop off.

Monetary donations are tax deductible and can be mailed to:  Chattahoochee Elementary School, Attn: Mary Myers, Device Drive, 2800 Holtzclaw Rd., Cumming, GA 30041.

Drop Off Locations for Used Devices:

Chattahoochee Elementary School
2800 Holtzclaw Rd
Cumming, GA

Designs by ADF Monogramming and Gifts LLC
3040 Keith Bridge Rd., Ste. 3
Cumming, GA

AT&T
906 Market Place Blvd #101
Cumming, GA

 

Earth Day: 10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

buy_fresh_buy_localEarth Day is Monday, April 22. There is no better time than the present to appreciate Mother Earth and practice conservation.

Here are some Earth Day tips and little things that we do around our house every day that are easy and make a difference:

Water conservation

Not rinsing dishes before we put them in the dishwasher (it was a hard behavioral pattern to stop!)
Collect cold water in a bucket in the shower before the water gets warm and use it to water inside/outside plants
Brush teeth without water running
Collect rain water in barrel and water outside plants
Use low flow toilets

Energy conservation

Install a programmable thermostat
Replace air filters regularly
Wrap water heater in a blanket
Unplug electronic devices (they still use electricity if turned off and plugged in)
Change our light bulbs to CFL bulbs
Recycle cardboard, glass, plastic, newspaper, aluminum, magazines, etc.
Hang energy-efficient curtains over windows
Install window liner during winter season to insulate wall

Grocery shop with a fabric bag
Reuse water bottles and cut plastic usage
Plant a tree

Recycle cork at Whole Foods Market or make Cork art and charms!

Reduce junk mail

Cut direct mail catalogs and junk mail – use Catalog Choice to stop receiving unwanted catalogs.

An new organization called 41pounds.org promises to completely remove you from up to 95% of the junk mail lists by contacting each organization from which you receive mail and/or catalogs for a one-time fee of $41.

Here is an opt-out guide to junk your junk mail from The Center for the New American Dream.

Recycle Rechargeable Batteries and Cell Phones

Have you noticed recycle bins at retailers like Lowe’s and Home Depot? In addition to the usual paper and plastic items, you can also recycle rechargeable batteries and old cell phones. Keep these items out of the dump (toxic!) and make sure you recycle them on your next run. To find a drop-off location, visit Call2Recycle.

Buy Fresh, Buy Local

Support local farmers and visit a Farmers Market. There are lots of neat places in Forsyth County like Cumming Harvest, Brookwood Farmers Market, Cane Creek Farm, Cumming Farmers Market. Want to visit a market elsewhere? Check out this listing of community farmers markets in Georgia.

Resources

After watching Al Gore’s documentary “An Inconvenient Truth”, I learned little things we can all do daily from the Climate Crisis web site. There is even a calculator to determine our personal carbon footprint.

Treehugger.com is another good resource to get ideas and read news.

I also use Freecycle to clean house, avoid taking items to the dump and to share with those in need.  I just unloaded a mattress and headboard to a woman for her grandson’s bedroom!

Remember to reduce, reuse, recycle whenever you can. How is your family helping the environment?

Recycle Your Christmas Tree in Forsyth County, Georgia

Recycle Your Tree After Christmas

Forsyth County has recycled more than 78,000 Christmas trees since 1994

After ornaments are removed from the Christmas tree, Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) is inviting residents to recycle their trees at numerous locations throughout the county during the “Bring One for the Chipper” Christmas tree recycling event from December 26 through January 26. A wood chipper at the locations processes the trees into mulch.

Forsyth County residents annually conclude the holiday season by recycling thousands of Christmas trees during the event. Last year alone, residents recycled 8,710 trees.

“We are very excited to see the number of trees recycled in Forsyth County increasing every year,” said Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright. “It is a win-win scenario – the program provides a convenient way for residents to dispose of their tree, and recycling the trees is good for the environment.”

On the designated dates and times, Christmas trees can be dropped off at the following locations:

Home Depot – 1000 Market Place Boulevard
Accepting trees only January 5, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 5

Home Depot – 2635 Peachtree Parkway
Accepting trees only January 5, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 5

Vickery Creek Elementary School – 6280 Post Road
Accepting trees December 26 through January 5, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Please, no trees at this site after 4 p.m. on January 5

Tolbert Street Recycling Convenience Center – 351 Tolbert Street
770.781.2176, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Accepting trees December 26 through January 26

Old Atlanta Recycling Convenience Center – 3678 Old Atlanta Road
770.205.3010, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Accepting trees December 26 through January 26

Coal Mountain Recycling Convenience Center – 3560 Settingdown Road
770.781.2071, open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Accepting trees December 26 through January 26

Please note that all three recycling convenience centers will be closed Tuesday, January 1 in observance of New Year’s Day and Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Free tree seedlings and vegetable seeds will be available while supplies last on Saturday, January 5, 2013 at all sites beginning at 9 a.m. on a first-come basis, while supplies last.

If you are interested in receiving mulch created by the tree recycling, visit www.keepgeorgiabeautiful.org and click on the chipper icon in the center of the page for more information. Wood chips will also be available for county residents near the Forsyth County Roads and Bridges facility on County Way. Interested residents are responsible for loading and hauling their own wood chips. 

For more information visit www.forsythco.com or call KFCB at 770.205.4573.

“Bring One for the Chipper” started in Georgia in 1991. Forsyth County residents have been participating since 1994 and have recycled more than 78,000 trees during that time.

 

Recycle Electronics Event in Forsyth County, GA on October 27, 2012.

One of the hardest things to do is recycle electronics items. I never know where to go or who to call. If you have any items that you need to get rid of, this event is perfect for helping you clean house in a green way.

Recycle Electronics October 27

Accepted items include computers, stereos, cell phones and more

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful invites residents to make a positive impact on the environment by recycling their old electronics during the upcoming “E-Recycle” event. The event will be held on Saturday, October 27, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cumming Fairgrounds’ parking lot 3 off of Castleberry Road.

Accepted items for recycling include laptops, stereos, CD players, cell phones, microwaves, cameras and more. The minimum donation per carload drop-off is $5 while an additional $10 fee will apply for all televisions.

“We are very proud to offer this event to the community,” Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright said. “By recycling their old electronics, residents can remove clutter from their homes while making a difference in the environment at the same time.”

Some items, such as large wooden console televisions, toaster ovens, projector televisions and refrigerators, will not be accepted during the event. For a complete list of acceptable and non-acceptable items, visit www.forsythco.com or call 770.205.4573 for more details.

Electronics Recycling

Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

City of Cumming Fairgrounds

(Parking Lot 3), Castleberry Road

Go north on GA 400 to Exit 15 (Bald Ridge Marina Road) and turn left. Continue straight. Take a left at the fourth light. Continue straight. The fairgrounds will be on the right. Parking lot 3 is on the left, across the street from the fairgrounds.

To receive more information, call 770.205.4573.

The minimum donation per carload drop-off is $5.

An additional $10 fee will apply for all televisions.

 

ACCEPTABLE ELECTRONICS:

Computers, Monitors, Printers, Typewriters, Stereos, CD Players, Cell Phones, Fax Machines, Copiers, Projectors, VCRs, CB Radios, Camcorders, Cameras, Telephones, Cables, Circuit Boards, Network Equipment, Radios, Record Players, UPS/Battery Backup, Computer Parts, Computer Cables, Laptops, DVDs, Keyboards, Microwaves

ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:

Wooden TVs, Projector TVs, Humidifiers, Refrigerators, Toaster Ovens, Vacuum Cleaners, Dehumidifiers, Power Equipment, Hair Dryers, Dryers, Washers, Gas-Powered Equipment


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