Unstash That Trash!

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Sep 15, 201810:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location

William J Harrison Education Center

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Join us for the annual Unstash That Trash! event on September 15th from 10am-2pm.  There will be recycling collectors on-site to recycle/reuse electronics, clothing, prescription medication, household disposables (toothbrushes, toothpaste containers, solo cups) and more!  Drive through to drop off items and then stop inside for fun activities and meet with organizations around St. Louis.

This community recycling event and environmental fair offers several different recycling opportunities as well as fun, hands-on learning opportunities from local environmental organizations. The event is free and open to the public, though some fees for recycling certain items may apply.

Our partners include: The Truitt Law Firm LLC, Brightside St. Louis, Saint Louis City Recycles, St. Louis Earth Day, EarthWays Center, Entercom, St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District and Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

This is a fun, free activity for all ages!  For updates about the event, click “Going” on the Facebook event page.

 

Full List of Recycling Collectors:

Midwest Recycling Center– anything with a cord or battery! Some fees apply:
CRT Monitors–$5
CRT TV’s <26″–$30
CRT TV’S >26″–$50
Wood Console/Big Screen/Projection TV’s–$50
LED/LCD/Plasma TV’s–$20
Any item with Freon–$10
Cash or Check only. Payment due at the event. Checks should be made out to Midwest Recycling Center.

Pro-Shred– on site paper and hard drive shredding. Limit: 5 bankers boxes

Saint Louis City Recycles– car seats ($5 suggested donation for intact car seats to cover breakdown labor; free for plastic base only)

The Truitt Law Firm– household batteries

Remains– clothing, usable shoes, purses, backpacks, belts, books (books should good condition, no encyclopedias, romance or thin kids books)

Walgreens– prescription medications and over the counter medications

Upcycle Treasure Box– Solo cups, Brita filters, toothbrushes, empty toothpaste tubes, empty deodorant containers, empty travel-sized shampoo bottles, make up containers and wine corks

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