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Dispose of Your Household Chemicals and Computers

Don't toss out computers and hazardous substances that may contain lead, mercury, and PCBs and contaminate our air, soil and water. Instead, drop them off at the City Recycling Facility at 1150 N. North Branch Street (two blocks east of the Kennedy Expressway at Division Street). Through proper disposal methods or recycling, these hazardous substances are reprocessed and reused in an environmentally-responsible manner.

The Household Chemical and Computer Recycling Facility does NOT accept business/commercial sector wastes, explosives, fireworks, or latex paint.


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