Cary, NC — In honor and recognition of Earth Day, the Town of Morrisville’s spring event, Green Day, is set for Saturday, April 24.
The socially distanced, drive-thru event will be held from 10 AM to 2 PM at Church Street Park, located at 5800 Cricket Pitch Way. The event, put on by Morrisville’s Stewardship Program and Sustainability Program, will provide document shredding and the opportunity to recycle electronics (including laptops), cooking oil, and textiles.
Here’s more to know before you go:
COVID-19 safety protocols are paramount. Masks and gloves will be required. The drop-offs will be no-touch.
Saturday, April 24, 2021
10 AM – 2 PM
Church Street Park
5800 Cricket Pitch Way
Those participating in Morrisville’s Green Day with drop-off items will need to transfer them from their car to the appropriate bins or area.
All vendors, staff, or volunteers are required to wear a mask, safety vest, and gloves.
April 24 Drop-Offs (Green Day)
Standard recycling waste.
Drop-off collections will be accepted for flat screens, plasma TVs, and computer monitors (LCD, LED, and flash monitors).
Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) totes for drop-off and pick-up. See details for accepted F.O.G.
Shredding drop-offs will be limited to 2 bags or boxes per household or business. Staples, paper clips, folders, and envelopes are all safe for the shredding machines.
Hubzone Tech Initiative will collect functioning donated laptops to share them with Historically Underutilized Business Zones. The laptop must function. See the ‘Donation of Laptops’ section for the list of requirements prior to bringing your item.
April 18-30 Textile Drop-Offs
A GreenZone bin will be available to collect textiles between April 18 and April 30. See the complete list of items accepted and not accepted by Green Zone Recycling.
Here’s the site map layout of Church Street Park for Green Day.
The Morrisville Police Department will have a medication take-back opportunity during Morrisville’s Green Day event as well.
Bring your expired medication for safe disposal and help protect the environment and prevent drug abuse! Click here for the flyer. For questions contact Senior Officer LeCraft by calling (919) 463-1605 or email.
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