Marlborough Rotary Club sponsors Recycle Your Junk fundraiser


Marlborough Rotary Club sponsors Recycle Your Junk fundraiser
The Marlborough Rotary Club will be hosting a Recycle Your Junk fundraiser at Navin Skating Rink. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Rotary Club welcomes all communities to take part in a Recycle Your Junk fundraiser on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Come to Navin Rink, 451 Bolton St., to dispose of the following junk:

Electronics – computers, CPU towers, modems, routers, switches, circuit boards, keyboards, mice, printers, desk and cell phones, VCRs and DVD players, radios, laptops, cameras, cables, wires, games, copiers, fax machines, metal desks, metal file cabinets, scanners, etc.

Electrical Equipment – small countertop appliances, motors, shop equipment, heaters, fans, extension cords, lamps, medical equipment, fire alarms, light fixtures, chargers, etc.

Metals – pipes, scrap metal, metal pots and pans, all metal ware, bicycles, etc.

Large Appliances – washers, dryers, microwaves, stoves, hot water heaters, dishwashers, compactors, heaters, etc.

Yard and Lawn Equipment – lawn mowers, snow blowers, chain saws, weed whackers, power equipment, etc.

Cost is $40 per carload or pickup truck load, plus additional costs for the following items:

TVs (any size), $40 each; computer monitors (any type), $25 each; computer or audio speakers, $20/pair; child car seats, $20 each; household vacuums, $20 each; treadmills, $25 each; appliances with freon, $25 large, $15 small; lithium ion batteries (power tools), $5 each; lead acid batteries (yard equipment, cars, boats, RVs), $10 each; small batteries (AA, AAA, C, D), $5/quart.

The following items will not be accepted – wood, bulk paper, mattresses, light bulbs, Styrofoam, plastic, tires, textiles, fabrics, upholstered furniture, carpets, pool liners, books, ceramics, porcelains, brick, stone, hoses, glass, glass table tops, board games and large plastic children’s toys.

Proceeds will benefit the Marlborough Rotary Club and the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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