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Town of Brownsburg Offers Easy Recycling at the One Stop Drop Off

BROWNSBURG – Brownsburg area residents and businesses will be able to safely dispose of appliances, electronics and other hard-to-recycle items at the next One Stop Drop Off on Saturday, April 8.

The Town of Brownsburg is partnering again with Technology Recyclers for the free recycling event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Brownsburg Fleet Maintenance Facility, 221 S. Mardale Drive. This event will be focusing on electronics, appliances and metals.

No paper shredding at this event. There is a $10 processing fee for computer monitors and TVs. Please note that toxic chemicals, paint, oil, furniture, mattresses and wood will not be accepted.

The following items will be accepted:

-computers, electronics and appliances
-A/V equipment and office machines
-phones, batteries, wiring & cables
-medical equipment
-tools and metals

Residents who need to get rid of household hazardous waste, tires, prescription medicines and sharps should visit the Hendricks County Solid Waste Management District’s Tox-Away Day also on April 8 at Brownsburg High School.

Since holding its first town-wide recycling event in 2010, the Town of Brownsburg has helped divert nearly 181 tons of waste – from paper and plastics to hazardous household products, appliances and electronics – from reaching Indiana landfills.

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