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Next Adair cleanup: old electronics October 16-21 week, 2017


Adair Recycling Center, 32 Service Road, Columbia, KY / 270-378-0782. Hours: Mon-Tue-Wed from 7am-3pmCT. Thu-Fri Bins are available outside; Supervisor will be in and out of shelter from 7am-3pmCT.
Old electronic waste collection -- items such as laptop and desktop computers, LCD monitors, hard drives, modems, plug and play devices, printers, scanners, copiers, telephone equipment, fax machines, power backups and transformers, office equipment, wires and cables, circuit boards, video game systems, DVD/CD/VCR players, miscellaneous home entertainment systems, small electronic household appliances, CRT monitors and CRT televisions -- will be accepted.

From the Office of Adair CJ/E Michael Stephens

Free disposal of electronics for Adair County residents will be held Saturday, October 16-21, 2017 at the county road department located at 62 Service Drive in Columbia.

The week of October 16-21 will be electronic waste collection at the Adair County Recycling Center. While electronics are collected at other times at the recycling center, October 16-21 will have bins set up specifically to receive electronic waste. Through Eastern KY PRIDE, Adair County received grant funds dedicated to proper disposal of these electronic recyclables.


The items approved for collection include: laptop and desktop computers, LCD monitors, hard drives, modems, plug and play devices, printers, scanners, copiers, telephone equipment, fax machines, power backups and transformers, misc. office equipment, wires and cables, circuit boards, video game systems, DVD/CD/VCR players, miscellaneous home entertainment systems, small electronic household appliances, CRT monitors and CRT televisions (no white goods).

Bins will be set up for drop-off and assistance unloading will be available during regular Recycling Center hours.

For more details on the collection dates and how to plan, call 270-384-4703.


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Household waste products collected at recycling center



2017-10-07 - 32 Service Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, columbiamagazine.com.
Saturday, October 7, 2017, was the day household waste products were collected at the recycling center. The team on hand from Environmental Enterprises to collect and transport was from the Goshen, OH area. From left are: Brian DePeel, Kelly Hines, Jeff Davis, Michael Thurmond, Scott Jarvis, Jacob Davis, Jeff Jarvis, Mike Davis. Next is the collection of electronic waste. Free disposal of electronics for Adair County residents will be held the full week of Saturday, October 16-21, 2017 at the same place, county road department located at 62 Service Drive in Columbia.

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