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Free Recycling Event in Wilmington This Weekend

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Been meaning to get rid of those old paint cans sitting around your garage?  Don’t know what to do with that printer from 2002?  Tired of seeing the boxes of old records and bills piling up in the basement? 

You’re in luck!  You can drop all that stuff off at this weekend’s free paper shredding and recycling event.

Delaware residents are invited to drop off their household hazardous waste and old electronic goods from 8 am to 2 pm on Sat., Oct. 19th at Frawley Stadium, 801 S. Madison St., in Wilmington. Up to two boxes of paper will be accepted. Pull up in your car (expect to wait a bit in line) and volunteers will direct to to the correct lanes.

 

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