Kenilworth Now Accepting Items for Recycling

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Real Estate Agent with Baird & Warner Real Estate

Kenilworth Now Accepting Items for Recycling - The Village Hall in Kenilworth is now accepting certain items for recycling.  Old cell phones, digital cameras, DVDs, MP3 players, print cartridges and laptop computers can all be brought in to the Village Hall at 419 Richmond Road in Kenilworth.  Items NOT accepted: computer monitors, printers, personal computers and toner cartridges.

Computer WasteThere is a disposal container by the front desk and items can be brought in any time during the day, which in this case means 24 hours because the bins are in the lobby and can be accessed any time.

The program is being sponsored by Recycling Avenue, which is a non-profit started and run by a group of physically handicapped young adults.  Their website has some startling statistics about how grossly polluting these items are. 

If you a drawer or box full of old phones or any other items listed above, be sure to drop them off at the Kenilworth Village Hall.

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Margaret Goss - Winnetka and North Shore Real Estate Broker
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Margaret:  These items have long been overlooked for recycling.  It's been hard to find a repository or recycling firm that will accept them as well.  It's good to know that there is someone in the area that will tackle this job.  Kudos to Kenilworth!

Thanks for the information and taking the time to pass it on ...

Gene

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Margaret Goss
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Gene - After I called Recycling Avenue I found out that they also collect these items in Winnetka, Wilmette, Northbrook, Northfield, Buffalo Grove, Schaumburg and many other towns.  That's a good trend.  Thanks for your comment.

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