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Adair Co. E-scrap collection event Oct 3-7

From Bridget Compton
Adair County Solid Waste Coordinator

The Adair County Fiscal Court is happy to announce that we have been awarded grant funds from the Kentucky Division of Waste Management to host an E-Scrap (Electronic Waste) event the week of October 3, 2022 through October 7, 2022.

Bins will be set out in front of the Adair County Recycling building located at 64 Service Dr., Columbia KY, for you to drop off your electronic waste.

Acceptable Items include:

  • Computers/Monitors
  • Cameras
  • Printers
  • Scanners and copiers
  • Fax machines
  • Servers
  • Cell phones & iPods
  • Shredders
  • Television
  • VCR, Blu Ray, DVD, and CD players
  • Speakers
  • TV cable boxes
  • Telephones
  • Power supplies
  • Video game equipment
  • Circuit boards
  • Media tapes and disks
  • Hard drives
  • Routers/hubs
  • Modems

This is a reputable company we have used the past several years that destroys the hard drives so you do not have to worry about secure information being obtained. If you have concerns about sensitive information being obtained please drop off these items during business hours (7amCT to 3pmCT) NOT after hours.

For additional information or questions please contact Adair County Solid Waste Coordinator Bridget Compton at the Adair County Judge Executive's office at 270-384-4703.

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