Free Electronic Recycling Collection
St Clair County’s Environmental Services Department has partnered with Vintage Tech Recyclers to host a free electronic/computer collection event on October 17, 2015 at Goodells County Park. This site will allow residents the opportunity to dispose of their computer electronics and televisions in an environmentally friendly manner.
Electronic equipment, especially computers, printers and monitors quickly become outdated. Consequently, many of these items end up in landfills. While these types of electronic equipment are not banned from landfills, the components often contain materials that are hazardous to human health. For this reason, St Clair County and Vintage Tech Recyclers encourage residents to dispose of electronic waste at this collection event.
Among the items accepted are: televisions, computers (PCs), all-in-ones, laptops, modems, printers, monitors, CD-ROM drives, keyboards, mice, cables, hard drives, motherboards, mobile telephones, fax machines, MP3 players, PDA’s, video cassette recorders/players, digital video disk players, zip drives, scanners, telephones, stereos, radios and video game consoles. These items will be collected at no charge. Vintage Tech Recyclers specialize in electronic recycling/reuse/refurbishing and recovering all possible parts and units.
The final Belle River Watershed Management Plan – all nine chapters – are now available online at www.sccwater.org
. The Plan is available chapter by chapter, as well as the Executive Summary and the Log Jam Management Plan. If you have any questions please contact St. Clair County Health Department, Division of Environmental Health.
From the St. Clair County Road Commission:
Resurfacing work on King Road from Puttygut Road to Fred Moore Highway is scheduled to begin September 8, 2015. Daily lane closures and flag persons will be utilized to complete the project. Local residents and emergency vehicles will have access to local properties throughout the entire project. Local residents are encouraged to plan for delays due to construction. We request your cooperation and patience. The construction work for this project is scheduled to be completed by November 6, 2015.
WATER QUALITY HOTLINE:
Help yourself and your neighbors by keeping an eye out for suspicious vehicles. If any activity seems out of the ordinary, please contact the Sheriff's Department at the non-emergency phone line (810-985-8115).
The St. Clair County Health Department provides a 24-hour anonymous hotline for current beach closings, to report failing septic systems and illegal dumping, or for water quality concerns. Call (810) 987-7253 or (877) 504-SWIM to report a problem. Your name and information will be kept confidential.
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