MAKE YOUR $10 DONATION
to the Nebraska Recycling Council
What to expect
NOTICE OF TV RECYCLING FEES (fees required for flat screen & CRT TVs)
$10 for 19″ or less | $20 for 20-30″ | $35 for larger than 30″ | cash or check accepted
COVID-19 SAFETY RULES FOR RESIDENTS
Out of caution and care for all community members, residents shall follow the guidelines below.
- Materials to be recycled should be placed in the back seat, trunk, or bed of the vehicle.
- Remain in the vehicle and volunteers will unload for you.
- Masks are required. Please do your part to keep event staff and volunteers safe.
- Please be patient with event staff and volunteers as the line may move slower than normal to unload vehicles and ensure appropriate spacing. Stay in your vehicle at all times.
The event takes place in the parking lot northeast of The Mill at 2021 Transformation Drive. Vehicles enter from Salt Creek Roadway at the far east entrance (near the 27th Street overpass). Do not use 21st Street.
Items You Should Bring
TVs ($10-35 fee based on size)
computer parts: hard drives, circuit boards, modems, routers, servers, keyboard, mouse, tower
clothing & textiles in usable or unusable condition
shoes/boots (in pairs)
housewares, dishes, pots/pans
jewelry & accessories
small appliances (toasters, crockpots, lamps)
media (VHS, DVD, CD)
games (board, yard, video)
sporting goods and equipment
ALUMINUM – STAINLESS STEEL – BRASS – CAST IRON – COPPER – STEEL – SHEET IRON
building materials, ladders
milking, dairy, food service equipment
knobs, hinges, valves, faucets, meters
vehicle frames, farm implements
up to 10 boxes of documents for secure shredding
rigid foam blocks/packaging
all batteries accepted – alkaline and rechargeable
Items You Shouldn’t Bring
hazardous waste, chemicals, lubricants
refrigerators, dehumidifiers, humidifiers
used tires, paint, oil, oil filters
car seats, cribs
electronic or hospital beds
capacitors, ballasts, light bulbs
sealed propane and other pressurized containers
mercury-containing devices, asbestos, CFCs
ammunition, explosives, radioactive materials
meat trays, egg cartons, & other food containers