HUGHESTOWN — The borough will participate in the electronic recycling program on Friday. Items can be dropped off by residents, free of charge, at the borough building in the electronic recycling truck.
DURYEA — The Street Department has scheduled an electronic recycling collection on June 26. Acceptable items are to be placed at the curb by 7 a.m.
Small items, such as pagers, telephones, modems, etc. should be placed in a blue recycling container. Large items do not need to be in a container.
Acceptable items include answering machines, CD players, all computer components, radios, scanners, tape players, word processors, VCRs, camcorders, copiers, fax machines, microwaves, cellphones, telephones, pagers, remote controls, stereos, televisions and typewriters. Unacceptable items include air conditioners, air purifiers, batteries, blenders, curling irons, coffee pots, dehumidifiers, drills, electric can openers, fans, humidifiers, hair dryers, hot plates, irons, lamps, lawn mowers, razors, satellite dishes, space heaters, toaster ovens, toasters, window fans and sweepers.
For further information, contact the Street Department, 570-655-1299.