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Electronics, Bulbs & Batteries Don’t Go In The Bin

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NOT accepted at Millennium: Electronics, Bulbs & Batteries

It is ILLEGAL to throw electronics and white good appliances in your Sioux Falls trash bin and they are NOT ALLOWED in your recycling bin. They cause serious problems at the recycling facility and are a danger to the environment if disposed of improperly.

Where To Take Electronics, Bulbs & Batteries:

  • Sioux Falls Household Hazardous Waste Facility – Free for Sioux Falls area residents.
  • SEAM – For any items HHW does not accept (i.e. residential limits or business equipment) or for certified data destruction.
  • NOT ACCEPTED AT MILLENNIUM: Thank You For Keeping These Out Of The Single Stream And Keeping Recycling Running!

 

THESE ARE NOT ACCEPTED AT MILLENNIUM:

Batteries
Alkaline
Lead Acid
Light Bulbs
Lights
Lamps
Bulbs
Washing machines
Clothes dryers
Hot water heaters
Microwaves
Ovens
Dehumidifiers
Stoves
Refrigerators
Freezers
Air conditioners
Furnaces
Toasters
Vacuums
Blenders
Fans
Air Purifiers
Dishwashers
Mini Fridges
Humidifiers
Electric Grills
Space Heaters
TV’s
Televisions,
Computers
Laptops
Batteries
Cell phones
Monitors
Desktops
Speakers
Headphones
Cords
CDs
DVDs
VHS tapes
Cassette tapes
Video games
Range Tops
Fridges
Laundry Washers
Laundry Dryers
AC Units
Hot Water Heaters
Space Heaters
Water Softeners
Motors,
Heavy Equipment
Brake Rotors
Electric Motors
Aluminum and Steel Rims
Radiators (aluminum, copper brass, ACR)
Small Kitchen Appliances (blenders, coffee makers, and toasters)
Personal Hygiene Appliances (blow dryers, curling irons, electric razors, and electric toothbrushes)
Home Maintenance Appliances (vacuums and power tools)
Dehumidifiers
Air purifiers
Kerosene heaters
Exercise Equipment (treadmills and stationary bikes)
Electric Fans
Record Players

02 Aug, 18

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