Richmond's Light Metal, Bulky Waste Day Set for May 25

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RICHMOND, Mass. — The town will have a light metal and bulky day at the Highway Department's Garage Area on Saturday, May 25, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Acceptable bulky items include mattresses, box springs, old furniture, rugs and scrap wood. Tires, televisions, glass, hazardous waste, construction materials and any porcelain products will not be accepted.
 
As for the metals, all items must not include plastic, rubber grips or wheels and must be empty. Aluminum doors and window frames must not have glass.
 
Refrigerators, freezers, aic conditioner and dehumidifiers will be accepted with a $10 fee.
 
There will also be a new electronics bin, which will accept monitors, printers, computers, phones, batteries, copiers, scanners, modems, fax machines, laptops, radios, speakers, servers, routers, ballasts, microwaves, light fixtures, chargers, electrical equipment, battery operated tools and printed circuit boards.
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