What's Accepted: Chemical, Electronic Mobile Collection at Dunedin High
Get rid of your used, outdated or broken electronics and chemicals on Saturday during the Chemical and Electronic Mobile Collection event at Dunedin High School. Here's what to bring or not bring for safe recycling.
Those old, outdated chemicals and electronics have been collecting dust long enough.
Get rid of them Saturday at Pinellas County's Chemical and Electronic Mobile Collection site at Dunedin High. All items collected are disposed or recycled in an environmentally-friendly way.
The following items are accepted at the chemical and electronic collection site, according to a county flier:
Household chemicals: Cleaners, cooking oil, fluorescent light bulbs, paint (latex or oil), paint remover, rechargeable batteries, smoke detectors, solvents, thermometers, thermostats
Outdoor chemicals: Automotive fluids, fertilizers, flares, fuel, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, pesticides, pool chemicals, vehicle batteries
Entertainment: CD players, DVD players, e-book readers, portable music players (MP3 or iPod), radios, stereo equipments, TVs, VCRs, video game players
Communication: Cell phones, pagers, PDAs, telephones, wireless devices
Computer: CPUs, laptops, modems, monitors, PCs, printers, scanners
Office: Fax machines, photocopiers, printers or toner cartridges, projectors
Other: Camcorders, digital cameras, GPS, microwave ovens
Do Not Bring
A.C. Units, alkaline batteries, appliances, biological or infectious waste, empty paint cans, explosives, fans, fire extinguishers, garbage, medicines, propane tanks, radioactive waste, tires, toasters, or vacuums