Recycle hard to dispose of items such as electronics, bicycles, scrap metal, building / hardware supplies, textiles, batteries, documents for shredding and more at the annual Sustainable Saturday Event in Lisle.
The Village of Lisle, Republic Services, Benedictine University, DuPage County and SCARCE encourages you to bring electronics, SLA, rechargeable and household batteries, bicycles, scrap metal, building / hardware supplies, textiles and more to the annual Sustainable Saturday in Lisle on March 19, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. until noon.
Drop-Off Event Location
The drop-off event takes place in the Dan and Ada Rice Center parking lot located on the campus of Benedictine University, which is located at 5700 College Road.
Please note: Vehicles must enter campus at the traffic light off College Road (south of Maple Avenue) and exit to College Road north and east of the Rice Center parking lot.
Items Accepted Include
Electronics (such as telephones, desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, mice, modems, scanners, televisions, mobile devices, radios, tape players, gaming consoles, printers, fax machines, power and network cables, telephones, chargers, VCRs, DVD players, chargers, keyboards, stereos, fax machines, microwaves, small household appliances, copy machines, and printers). Please note only flat screen TVs will be accepted; no cathode ray tube (CRT) computer monitors will be accepted during the event.
Records, CDs and DVDs
Ink jet cartridges
Eye glasses, hearing aids, and old keys
Household batteries (A, AA, AAA, C and D)
Large SLA batteries (car, boat and sump pump, etc.)
Scrap metal (such as washers, dryers, stoves, swing sets, hangers, metal fencing, garden tools, tomato cages, pots, pans and lawn furniture)
Worn American flags
Holiday lights including mini-lights (or Italian lights), C7 lights, C9 lights, rope lights and LED lights. Garland and wreaths will not be accepted.
Fluorescent lamps (linear and CFL)
Building / hardware supplies in good condition (doors, tile/flooring, plumbing, lighting fixtures and more)
Clothes, linens, shoes, sporting good and more for Goodwill Industries
Bicycles, helmet as well as bike parts and accessories
Used cooking oil (in tightly closed containers)
Yarn, buttons, and rulers
On-site paper / document shredding (limit of 2 banker/file size boxes or 3 paper shopping bags per vehicle, no binders or plastic bags)
No hazardous waste (e.g. paint, motor oil, air conditioners, refrigerators) will be accepted.