Haverhill Electronics Recycling Day Set for Sept. 30

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The City of Haverhill will host its 2017 Electronics Recycling Day on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 500 Primrose St.

Acceptable items include TVs, computers and laptops, printers and wireless devices. A small fee is accessed for some of the items, including those on the “Not Acceptable Items” list below. This is a drop-off event only; items left curbside will not be accepted. The event is held rain or shine.

For more information, please contact the City of Haverhill Recycling Department at 978-420-3817.

Televisions ($15)
Monitors ($10)
Computers and Laptops
Keyboards / Mouse
Phones and Cameras
DVD and VCR Players
Printers, Copy and Fax Machines
Wireless Devices
and much more!

NOT ACCEPTABLE ITEMS (Appliances/White Goods):
Refrigerators / Freezers
Washing Machines / Dryers
Air Conditioners
Hot Water Heaters
Trash Compactors
Humidifiers / Dehumidifiers
These “non-acceptable items” can be brought to 500 Primrose St. any Wednesday or Saturday throughout the year from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. for recycling. There is a small fee of $15 for these items.

6 thoughts on “Haverhill Electronics Recycling Day Set for Sept. 30

  1. Mayor Jimmy Taxes ripping off taxpayers AGAIN!!
    He charges a fee for residents to drop items off, and then turns around resells them at a profit.

    Every single item listed on the “not acceptable list” can be recycled through a scrap recycling company. There are several companies on Hale Street that you can bring those items to and they will pay you fee based on the weight of the item.

    Why bring these items to the DPW and pay a fee to drop them off, when you can simply drop them off at a scrap yard, avoid the fee, and get paid for it?

        • You normally list out proof for your theories. Paul, above, has listed his company an option to sell scrap to. But you where is your proof the city sells the collected materials?

          • mt….Haverhill Salvage is one of the companies I referred to on Hale Street. I’ve gone there several times in the past…they make it easy to drop off your items, and they pay cash.
            With all due respect, mt, what do you think the DPW is doing with the items collected? Putting them in a landfill? In the past Jimmy Taxes has contracted with a private scrap business who takes the items collected. That company pays the city based on a per pound basis of what is collected. Scrap companies then sell the items to Chinese companies who reprocess them for any precious metals…gold and silver….using slave labor.
            The mayor is charging a fee for citizens to drop off items he then makes profit on. Sleazy!