One-day event to include electronics recycling, document shredding and collection of non-hazardous items
Norcross – With the falling of leaves as autumn nears, in addition to raking, it is also a good time to clean and purge items in our homes and neighborhoods. To help keep Norcross 'clean and beautiful,' the City of Norcross is pleased to host a Neighborhood Clean-up & Recycling Day on Saturday, September 23th where residents can bring in documents to be securely shredded, haul in non-hazardous bulk items and recycle electronics.
During the one-day event, the City of Norcross will also be accepting canned or non-perishable goods donations for the 2017 "Can" Do for Hunger Campaign.
Clean-Up Event: During the Clean-up Day, which also includes a shredding and recycling event, residents can bring in items that are not hazardous material to the Public Works Facility, 345 Lively Street (just off Buford Hwy) from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Clean-up event is free and open to City of Norcross residents only (proof of residency required).
The City of Norcross is also asking all participants to bring canned or non-perishable goods to support the 2017 "Can" Do for Hunger Campaign. Donations will be accepted at each cleanup/recycling location. The donated items will be given to local food banks and to community members in need.
For complete information, visit norcrossga.net or contact Sonya Isaac at 678-421-2027.