Wachusett Region Recycling Events-9/15/12


Here are some upcoming events…

The Wachusett Watershed Regional Recycling Center, 131 Raymond Huntington Highway, West Boylston, MA will be open from 2:30-4:30pm every Wednesday and from 8-11 on Saturday, September 15th. This coming Saturday is also the quarterly hazardous materials collection. Bring your household, automotive, lawn, paint or craft chemicals to WWRRC for collection (for a fee per pound or gallon). For more information, including which items will be collected for a fee, click here.

Sterling, Ma will be holding its 7th annual townwide yard sale on Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 8am to 2pm. Register your yard sale for a fee of $20 and hold it in your own yard or pay $25 and set up your sale on the town common. Also in September is the 16th annual Princeton, MA  townwide yard sale. This one will be held on the  will be held on September 29, 2012 from 8am-2pm.  Pay $25 to the First Congregational Church of Princeton, UCC to get your location listed on the map sold to customers.


Donations are being accepted by the Friends of Mechanics Hall (of Princeton, MA) as they participate in the  Princeton Townwide Yard Sale being held on Saturday, September 29th to benefit Princeton’s Mechanics Hall. This is a fundraising event to help preserve a historical town building. Email them at yardsale@mechanicshall.net with a description of your items prior to dropping them off. Donations can be dropped off at Mechanics Hall, 104 Main Street, on Saturday, September 15th from 10am to 12pm and Tuesday, September 18th from 4 to 6pm. Other arrangements can be made by emailing them. Go to the Friends’ website for more information about Mechanics Hall as well as the various events to Friends are running.

The Princeton Historical Society is looking for donations for the yard sale they are holding in conjunction with the townwide yard sale on September 29th. Household items, except clothing and appliances can be dropped off at the Princeton Center on Boylston Avenue on Thursday, September 27th between 10am and 2pm. Email pincetonmahistory@gmail.com with questions.

Donate your summer reading to the Friends of Richards Memorial Library annual book sale. Donations are being accepted during business hours. Adult and young adult fiction, non-fiction, and children’s books are accepted, as are CDs, DVDs, puzzles, and games. The library is located at 44 Richards Avenue. The book sale will be held on September 28 and 29, 2012 so all donations must be received before then.

The Princeton Police Department is holding a Prescription Drug Take Back event for Princeton town residents on Saturday, September 29th from 9am to 3pm at the station, 8 Town Hall Drive. Unused or outdated household prescription medications are being collected so that they can be properly disposed of.

RecycleBowl registration is now open! Any elementary, middle or high school in the US and District of Columbia can enter to compete either against all schools in the nation or all schools in their home state. During the collection tracking period, keep track of your school’s onsite recycling efforts and log it on the RecycleBowl website (because only onsite recycling counts in this competition, schools that participate in community recycling are not eligible to participate). Win a gift card just for completing your online reporting or win up to $1000 by recycling the most material. See their website for rules and the list of acceptable materials. Registration ends on October 9th.

Book donations are being sought by the Gale Free Library (23 Highland Street, Rt 31, Holden, MA) to restock their new Book Cellar of used books for sale to the public. Donations can be left on the lower level outside the Cellar during the library’s business hours. Adult and children’s fiction, nonfiction, CDs, and DVDs are accepted.

In Sterling, MA, Hiram O. Walker American Legion Post 189 is taking donations of ink and laser cartridges, cell phones, GPS devices, MP3 players, laptops, and digital cameras. They will recycle donations items for proceeds that will be put towards the legion hall’s floor repair. Items can be dropped off to the legion hall (32 School Street), Sterling Town Hall (1 Park Street) or Light Department (50 Main Street), Sterling DPW Recycling Center (171 Worcester Road), the Clinton Savings Bank (1 Main Street), or Leominster Credit Union (7 Main Street) in Sterling.

ReFoamIt’s next Styrofoam recycling event open to the public is scheduled for October 27th. Save up your #6 foam packing blocks, coolers, and peanuts for this event.

November 15th is America Recycles Day. Check their website to see how you can participate.

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