Electronic Recycling Program
9/25/2018 12:00:00 AM
BLOOMINGDALE TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT, will be participating in the Unwanted Electronic Recycling Program for Township residents at no cost to taxpayers.
On the first Saturday of every month from 8:00am to 12:00pm (except for holiday weekends)
Check out Highway Department's link for the most current details: http://www.bloomingdaletownshiphighwaydept.com/Electronic-Recycling-Program
Next Recycling April 6, 2019
There will be NO recycling during the months of December, January, February and March.
Electronics may be brought to the Highway Dept at 6N030 Rosedale Ave in Bloomingdale. (Note: formerly we had the Recycling at the annex garage on the east side of the street)
The recycling program is for Township residents only. Please be certain to bring proof of Township residency (NO EXCEPTIONS !)
Also, please bring along enough assistance with you to be able to remove your recyclables from your vehicle. The Township cannot be responsible for any damage to vehicles.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A LIMIT OF ONE (1) TELEVISION PER CAR, PER MONTH
Additional resources for non-residents can be found on DuPage County's webpage at: ttp://www.dupageco.org
For further information or questions please call, Bloomingdale Township Highway Department at 630-529-5221.
The list below describes equipment that can be accepted.
Computers and Peripherals:
CPU's, laptops, monitors, flat panels, keyboards, mice, cable, printers, plotters, external hard drives, tape drives, network hardware (i.e.: servers, routers, hubs), communication hardware (i.e.:modems), and sub assemblies of any of the above.
Data Center Equipment:
Power Distribution Units (PDU's), uninterrupted power supplies (UPS Systems).
Office and Telecommunication Equipment:
Copiers, fax machines, phone systems, cell phones, hand held devices, projection equipment, audio equipment, video equipment, TV's, calculators, security equipment, and typewriters..
Thank you in advance for your participation in the electronic recycling program.
Robert Czernek, Highway Commissioner, Bloomingdale Township.