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Spring cleanup scrap metal drive scheduled

7:28 AM, May 11, 2013  |  Comments
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Want to get rid of an old bike, car parts, range hood or pots and pans?

Door County 4-H will be happy to take them from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 18, with recycling proceeds helping to fund the educational activities of the Door County 4-H program. Aluminum, iron, steel and copper can be brought to the parking lot between the old Highway Shop and the Senior Center on 14th Avenue. Also being collected will be used inkjet or laser printer cartridges.

Anyone with large quantities or large items who wishes to donate, but does not have a way of bringing them to the site can contact the University of Wisconsin-Extension Office at (920)746-2260 to arrange a time for pick up.

Accepted items include old wire, metal boats, bikes, brass items, cars or car parts, batteries, gym equipment, lawn mowers, radiator, bed frames, bicycles, car jacks, basketball hoops, carriages and strollers, cast iron tubs, garage door openers, golf clubs, fans, metal file cabinets, mail boxes, gutters, range hoods, stoves, toaster ovens, humidifiers, ironing boards, ladders, storm doors, lamps, tire rims, metal drums, mopeds, metal shelving, shovels, post and pans, wash machines, dryers, water heaters and ski racks.

Not accepted are air conditioners, refrigerators or freezers, televisions, computers, or microwaves.

Sturgeon Bay Iron and Scrap Metal is helping to sponsor this event and donating the collection dumpster.

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