Date(s) - 06/10/2017
Decatur Civic Center
Collection of Residential Electronics:
Must Register to Attend!
Consumer electronic items may be dropped off for recycling by residents who register for a confirmed appointment and pre-pay $10.00 for each TV/monitor to be collected. Except for TVs/monitors, other accepted items may be dropped off free of charge by those with a confirmed appointment.
This collection is by appointment only on Saturday, June 10, 2017 in the parking lot of the Decatur Civic Center. Those with confirmed registrations may access the site by driving south on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and proceeding west (right) on East William Street and then turning north (right) on Gary K. Anderson Plaza.
Up to 10 residential electronic items will be accepted per confirmed registrant, including:
- Televisions & monitors without broken glass (Limit of 3 with pre-payment of $10 each, submitted at time of registration)
- Computers, laptops, printers & peripherals
- Control boxes, receivers, consoles & controls for games, satellite & cable TV boxes, media players & recorders, etc.
- Phones, tablets & accessories
- Cables & rechargeable batteries
In order to expedite unloading during the event, items to be dropped-off should be placed loose in the vehicle without packaging, boxes or containers. Residents are asked to stay in their vehicles during the unloading process.
Please monitor Macon County Environmental Management’s Twitter feed @MaconCoEnvMgt or Facebook page MaconCoEnvMgt for periodic updates during the event. The Twitter feed and Facebook posts may also be viewed on www.MaconGreen.com
Questions may be directed to the Macon County Environmental Management Department by calling 217-425-4505.
This event is sponsored by Macon County Environmental Management Department and the City of Decatur.
Every day options are available for recycling electronics except for TVs and CRT monitors, see the Electronics heading in the Guide to Recycling & Safe Disposal by clicking here.
To learn about the reasoning behind program changes that were made to electronics collections, click here.