Photo: Recycling Saturday in Belmont.
This Saturday, May 9, Belmont residents will have the opportunity to recycle just about anything they could ever hope, thanks to the town and the parents at the Butler Elementary School.
• The town’s Department Public Work will have its annual Recycling Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Town Yard, 37 C St. Residents can recycle:
- large, rigid plastics,
- textiles (even ripped or stained),
- CDs and
They will also provide secure paper shredding with a five box limit.
In addition, children’s clothes collected will be given to the Nepalese employees at dado tea in Cambridge who are flying to Nepal to volunteer with post-earthquake relief.
Used, clean books should be donated to either the Belmont Public Library or at the Benton Library for their used books sale. Donors can take the donation as a tax deducttion.
The fees are:
- $10 each for computer monitors,
- $15 each for TVs 27” diagonal or less,
- $20 each for TVs more than 27” diagonal or wood console TVs,
- $25 each for projection TVs,
- $15 each for large appliances such as washers, dryers, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, etc., and
- $35 for all you can bring: laptops, CPUs, cameras, CD ROM/DVD drives, servers, speakers, iPods & accessories, computer accessories, mice, keyboards, video equipment, copy/fax/scanner/printers, wires and parts, plugs, audio equipment, phones and phone systems, DVD players, stereos, UPS (back up systems), VCRs, Walkmans and microwaves.
One note: They accept cash or checks only.