Recycle Your Electronics At Public Works This Friday, Saturday


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No curb dumping: You’ve got to bring your electronics to an e-waste collection day.

This Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13, you can recycle any electronics you no longer need at Verona’s Department of Public Works, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. DPW will take “anything with a plug”, says Supervisor Chuck Molinaro. The DPW garage is located at 5 Ozone Avenue, near Grove Avenue.

It has been illegal to put things like TVs and computers at the curb in Verona since 2009 and you can no longer recycle electronics at the Recycling Center at Commerce Court. If you can’t get your things to DPW this weekend, Essex County will have its own electronics recycling day on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Essex County Fleet Maintenance Garage at 99 West Bradford Avenue, in Cedar Grove.

Verona has a recycling and garbage collection calendar on its website. You can also stay on top of recycling dates with the free Remyndr smartphone app. Remyndr was developed by Verona resident Tom Cherry to help all of us remember when to put what at the curb. There’s more information on all aspects of recycling on the website of the Verona Environmental Commission.

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