Transfer Station Recycling Update

FREE ELECTRONICS RECYCLING AT THE UNION TRANSFER STATION

First Selectman David Eaton would like to remind residents that they may, free of charge, bring their unwanted electronics to the Union Transfer Station located at 1024 Buckley Highway.  Hours are Wednesdays 5pm-8pm and Saturdays 8am-4pm.

All electronic equipment is safely packaged by Take 2 and transported to their facility for responsible and secure recycling.

Accepted materials include, but are not limited to: Computers, Laptops, Printers, Fax Machines, Monitors, TVs, Cell Phones, Tablets, Video Games, game consoles, VCR/DVD Machines, Remotes, Keyboards, Computer Mice, Modems, Small Appliances, and Stereo Equipment. Unaccepted materials include: smoke detectors, ballasts, propane tanks, paint, household hazardous waste and appliances containing freon, i.e. air conditioners, refrigerators, and dehumidifiers.

ABOUT TAKE 2 INC.

Take 2 Inc. is a Waterbury based electronics recycler. Take 2 is approved by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection as a Covered Electronics Recycler in conjunction with Connecticut’s Electronics Recycling Law, RCSA 22a-638-1.

Residents may also, free of charge, bring their unwanted electronics to Take 2 Inc.’s facility located at 567 South Leonard Street, Building One, Waterbury, CT.  Hours are Monday through Friday from 7am-3:30pm and Saturdays from 8am-Noon.  Additionally, residents may bring their electronics to any of Take 2’s electronics recycling events.  For a listing of upcoming events, go to:  www.ewaste-recycle-ct.com.   For your convenience at events and at Take 2’s facility, Take 2employees will unload electronics from your vehicle for you.