Free Paper Shredding And Electronic Recycling For Clarkstown Residents

Dated: April 3 2015

Views: 1716

The town of Clarkstown is, once again, providing an opportunity to get rid of your paper and electronic stuff. Saturday, April 18th from 9AM to noon at Germonds Park, the town will shred up to 3 "small" boxes (equivalent to 2 Town paper recycling bins) and accept many electronic devices for recycling. 

Proof of residency in Clarkstown is required. 

Electronic devices acceptable for recycling: Computers and components. Mother boards. Floppy drives. CD burners. VCR, DVD, CD drives. CRTs and TVs. Electronic game systems. Telephones. Cell phones and equipment. Answering machines. Wires, Routers, Hubs, Switches. Server racks. Testing equipment. 

Saturday, April 18, 9AM to 12Noon, Germonds Park (185 Germonds Rd, West Nyack, NY).  Proof of residency in Clarkstown is required. 

Blog author image

Diane Mitchell

I am a Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker and work full time helping people to achieve their dreams of home ownership or their dreams of selling their home or both. I love working with buyers and s....

Want to Advertise on this Site?

Latest Blog Posts

The Experts Weigh In On The 2021 Job Market In Nyack

What Experts Are Saying about the 2021 Job MarketEarlier this month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released their most recent Jobs Report. The report revealed that the economy

Read More

NYACK EMBRACES DRY JANUARY

Dry January is a phenomenon that is sweeping the world. It was started in 2013 in Great Britain by the charity Alcohol Concern. British celebrities Alastair Campbell and Peter Osborne decided to

Read More

8 Thoughts On Keeping Resolutions

1.Be realistic.Making too many resolutions only sets you up for failure and discouragement. Limit your resolve to the one or two most important goals you would like to achieve in the New Year. And

Read More

2021 Housing Forecast

Some Highlights Experts project an optimistic year for the 2021 housing market. With mortgage rates forecasted to remain low, high buyer demand is expected to fuel more home sales and continue

Read More
Fair Housing Icon NY Fair Housing Notice