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2022 Berrien County Community Recycling Event - Chikaming Township Hall

Event by Berrien County Recycling

Wed. June 08, 2022 | 3:00pm - 7:00pm

For Berrien County residents only. Waste from businesses is NOT accepted. 

Events are coordinated by the Berrien County Parks Department.

Phone Extention: 8232 or 8133

Donations are accepted to help pay for collection event costs.

2 ACCEPTED ITEMS - do not bring other items:
- Household Chemicals
- Electronics: some fees apply, payment due at the event

Household Chemicals
Home/garden/garage chemicals, used motor oil & filters, yard & garden chemicals, antifreeze, gasoline, stain, oil-based paint, varnish, household & automobile batteries, cleaners, paint thinner, unwanted pills and other medications, medical needles/sharps, mercury items, compact fluorescent light bulbs & tubes, photo chemicals, pool chemicals, small 1-lb propane cylinders, sterno canisters, adhesives, driveway sealer & more.

NOT ACCEPTED: gas grill size propane tanks, ammo, fireworks, and latex paint. See
recycling & disposal options on the website.

Electronic Waste
(fees apply on some items)
Unwanted household electronic equipment that has a cord or is battery operated such as
computer monitors ($10/monitor fee), printers, computers & accessories, phones, tablets,
televisions ($20/TV fee), power tools, routers, DVD/VCR players, small & large appliances, Freon containing items ($10/item fee), holiday light strings, cameras, printer/ink cartridges,
stereo equipment, vacuum cleaners, etc.

Recycled by Green Earth Electronics Recycling, 4200 Niles Rd., St. Joseph, (269) 326-1232, website: greenearth1.com.

Freon Items ($10/item fee) include refrigerators, mini-fridge, freezers, AC units, dehumidifiers, water coolers.

Admission: Some fees may apply

Contact: Berrien County Parks Dept. & Recycling Team | (269) 983 7111 | recycle@berriencounty.org

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