DeKalb County will hold a cleanup and electronics recycling event from 9 to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 19, for South DeKalb residents.
According to Commissioner Stan Watson's website, the event is a partnership with DeKalb County, IMSE, and neighborhoods along Wesley Chapel, Rainbow, Columbia, Covington Highway and Flatshoals for a community cleanup and electronics recycling event.
This is the first electronics recycling event in South DeKalb County. From 9A-1P, old electronics will be accepted. There are no out-of-pocket expenses however residents must pay $10 each for plastic TVs, $5 each for plastic monitors and $30 each for plasma, projection or wooden console TVs, TVs that are broken or TVs with exposed bare tubes. Everything else is free.
For a list of acceptable items visit www.IMSElectronic.com.
Both the recycle event and cleanup effort are Saturday, April19th at 9:00A.M at the lot at the intersection of Wesley Chapel and Boring/Kelley Chapel Roads.
The clean up routes are as follows:
- Rainbow/Columbia (near Porter Sanford) to Wesley Chapel
- Covington Highway/Wesley Chapel to Flat Shoals Parkway
- Flat Shoals/Columbia (near QT) to 155- Snapfinger Road
- South Hairston at Wesley Chapel to Covington Highway