Local residents invited to recycle e-waste in Daly City

Daly City is inviting residents and businesses from neighboring cities to recycle electronic waste at no cost during an event Saturday at City Hall. Electronic items accepted include televisions, computers, monitors, printers, ink cartridges, fax machines, video game consoles, cameras, MP3 players, VCRs, DVDs and cell phones.

The e-waste recycling service is state-funded and provided by NeuWaste Business Recycling. Items can be dropped off from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at City Hall, 333 90th St.

Businesses wishing to contribute material to this event that are unavailable during listed hours may contact NeuWaste to schedule a pickup at (310) 734-6700.

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