BCUA Collection – Electronics, Tires and Paper Shredding

The Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) will be hosting a FREE computer (e-waste), tire recycling and personal document shredding event on Sunday, April 3rd at the Bergen County Community Services Building, located at 327 East Ridgewood Ave., Paramus, between the hours of 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. The BCUA will be accepting personal (not business) confidential documents for on- site shredding from Bergen County residents. Non-confidential materials, such as books, magazines, newspapers, etc., should be recycled through your local municipal recycling program and will not be accepted at this event. There is a limit of 4 bags or boxes of documents weighing no more than10 lbs. each per person.
The BCUA will also be collecting computer, electronic equipment and old tires for recycling. Acceptable electronic equipment includes computers, monitors, printers, circuit boards, speakers, modems, mother boards, power supplies, photocopiers, fax machines, televisions, VCRs and DVD players, stereo equipment, and cellular phones. Residents will be limited to the recycling of four tires per person.
For further information  call the BCUA Environmental Programs Hotline at 201-807-5825 or go to the BCUA Web site at: www.bcua.org.
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1 Response to BCUA Collection – Electronics, Tires and Paper Shredding

  1. Mary Ann says:

    The BCUA will hold four collection dates to recycle e-waste in 2011.
    Hours 9am-2pm, rain or shine
    April 3 and August 20-Bergen County Community Services Building, 327 E. Ridgewood Ave., Paramus
    June 25 and November 5- Campgaw Mountain Reservation, 200 Campgaw Road, Mahwah

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