Dallas Recycling Roundup Celebrates America Recycles Day

In observance of America Recycles Day, the city of Dallas is holding a Fall Recycling Roundup, rain or shine, from 9 am. to 3 pm., November 15, at two locations; Richland College, 12800 Abrams Road, parking lot E, in North Dallas; and Kidd Springs Park, 711 West Canty Street, Horseshoe parking lot ,in South Dallas. The first 100 cars will receive two free Studio Movie Grill tickets. America Recycles Day is an initiative of keep America Beautiful.

Residents may bring e-waste such as televisions, video games, cell phones, computers, calculators, printers and small appliances, as well as toys, cardboard, used cooking oil, metal, batteries, clothing, shoes, clean Styrofoam, plastic bags and packaging, medical equipment, up to five tires and documents for destruction. Items that cannot be accepted include household chemicals or paint, furniture or mattresses, pharmaceuticals and building supplies.

For more information call 311 or the waste diversion hotline at 214-670-4475.

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