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  • Andy G. 2 years ago
    City Of Philadelphia has special locations that accept those items.
  • Deborah W. 3 years ago
    I asked our Sherwin Williams store if they took empty paint cans and they did not. I have had empty paint cans and wrote on top (empty) and put in the bin.
  • Deborah W. 3 years ago
    Thanks, this must be a new policy for Target. Lowes and Home Depot take light bulbs - florescent but not the very large kind. They don't take tractor batteries last I heard. It would be good if Public Works would submit a flyer to residential areas and businesses of what can be collected for recycling. That would be a big help.
  • Jen O. 3 years ago
    Target Stores recycle some eWaste- when I shop I also drop off batteries, old devices, etc. There is usually a bin in the check out area that tells you what they will take.
  • Tammy B. 4 years ago
    I use a medication / medical biohazard drop-off day (once a year) for excess medications and medical syringes. During the year I keep a bag under my bathroom sink for the medications and an actual biohazard container for syringes. Easy!
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