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Glendale Heights planning recycling event

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  • Glendale Heights offers a One-Stop Reuse and Recycle event on April 26. Residents can drop off electronics, batteries and more.

      Glendale Heights offers a One-Stop Reuse and Recycle event on April 26. Residents can drop off electronics, batteries and more.
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By David Genty
Village of Glendale Heights

If you have unwanted, obsolete items cluttering your garage, storage and living areas, the village of Glendale Heights' Green Team is hosting a "One-Stop, Re-use and Recycling Depot."

The green event is open 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 26, in the Glendale Heights Public Works parking lot, 1615 Glen Ellyn Road.

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Accepted items include:

• Electronic equipment

• Household batteries

• Car/boat/sump pump batteries

• Broken holiday lights

• Medical equipment for the Re-use program

• Cellphones for re-use program

• Textiles

• Retired U.S. flags

• Prescription glasses

• Bikes

• Document shredding from 10 a.m. to noon.

All items will be either reused or recycled in an eco-friendly manner. Items not accepted include hazardous waste, paint or compact fluorescent bulbs.

For information on the One Stop Reuse and Recycling Depot, visit glendaleheights.org/goes_green.

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