Residential Household E-Waste & Shred Day Recycling Event

Published by The Bee News

December 3, 2019

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BULLHEAD CITY, AZ – December 3, 2019- The City of Bullhead City in sponsorship with Mohave Shred and Nevada State Recycling will be hosting a residential household e-waste and shred day on Saturday, December 7, 2019. Residents from Fort Mohave, Mohave Valley, Laughlin and surrounding areas are invited to join Bullhead City residents for a day of recycling and disposing of electronic items and document shredding in a safe manner. This one-day event will take place from 8 a.m. -12 p.m. at the Bullhead City Government Complex parking lot located as 1255 Marina Blvd. Bullhead City AZ, 86442.


Mohave Shred will be shredding your recyclable papers and computer hard drive for a nominal fee of $5 per box and $5 per hard drive. This is the secure way to shred your confidential documents and dispose of your hard drive. All proceeds from this event will benefit the development of Gary Keith Park.


·       Approved items for Recycle:

o   Appliances

o   Audio & Video Tapes

o   Cellular Phones

o   Fax Machine, Copiers and printers

o   Laptop & Notebook Computers

o   Speakers

o   Modems & Routers

o   VCR Players

o   Televisions, LCD & Plasma Screens

o   Wires & Connectors


·       DO NOT BRING:

o   Household Batteries

o   Oil

o   Liquids

o   Medical Waste

o   Hazardous Work Materials


For more information on City approved recycling products, contact Anthony Kozlowski at (928) 763-0122.


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