Get rid of furniture and electronics in Wayland at a recycling event

WAYLAND, MA – A home recycling event that took place in Sudbury last weekend is now coming to Wayland. Residents will be able to pay $ 10 to dispose of items like old furniture and electronics, and items in good condition will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.

Here is more information from the office of State Representative Carmine Gentile:

Residents of the Town of Wayland are invited to attend a recycling and energy campaign presented by Mass Save, HouseHold Goods, Habitat for Humanity, National Grid, Eversource, Green Team Junk Removal, Town of Wayland and the Office of the State representative, Carmine Gentile. .

The event will take place on December 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Wayland High School, 264 Old Connecticut Path. There is a $ 10 per car charge for residents who bring in furniture and electronics for recycling. Furniture and electronics are donated to Habitat for Humanity and items that cannot be reused are thrown away. Residents can also return an old dehumidifier and receive $ 30 from Eversource. There is no charge for residents who only use a dehumidifier. Mass Save will have a table at the drive to provide energy conservation information to owners.

Furniture and electronics must be clean and usable. Sofas, loveseats, recliners, wooden kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, end tables, dressers, desks, bedside tables and desks are accepted. PC monitors, processors, motherboards, hard drives, CD players, power supplies, printers and fax machines, cell phones, keyboards, gaming systems, amplifiers and routers are also accepted. Please note that televisions will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, please contact the Carmine Gentile State Representative’s office by emailing [email protected] or by phone at (617) 722-2810 (press 8).

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