GCSU Environmental Science Club

 

Are you Ready to Recycle? 

If you live within the city limits of Milledgeville, the best option for your home recycling needs is to contact the City and ask them to provide you with one or more recycling bins, which are collected at the street on alternating Thursdays.  Alternately, you can take you materials to one of several Baldwin County drop off locations.

 

On campus, there are several volunteer recycling efforts that provide collection of white paper and other items.  Some Residence Halls have collection sites, including Adams Hall, Bell Hall, Foundation Hall, Napier Hall, Parkhurst Hall, and Sanford Hall.  Materials deposited at these sites are taken by student volunteers to the County Drop-Off sites.

 

 

Where to take your Recycling:

 

Recycling Centers in Milledgeville                                                                                                     $ - Materials can be sold at location.

White Paper- non-colored office paper GCSU Campus Locations:

The following is a list of locations on GCSU campus where the Environmental Science Club collects white office paper. The paper is taken to Macon Iron & Paper Stock in Macon, GA. Visit their website to learn more: http://www.thescrapmarket.com/

  • A&S English office
  • A&S Mathematics office
  • A&S Creative Writing office
  • A&S Instructional Technology Center Rm. 2??
  • A&S Part-time Faculty office Rm. 163
  • A&S Psychology office
  • GCSU Foundation Vinson House (location has recently moved)
  • GCSU Depot
  • Herty Hall Biology office
  • Herty Hall 3rd floor hallway
  • Lanier Hall 1st floor hallway
  • Parks Hall Budget office Rm.

Individual collection bins are available from the GCSU Environmental Science Club for a small donation.

Out of Town Locations:

Colored Paper

Out of Town Locations:

 

Newspaper Milledgeville Locations:
Cardboard Milledgeville Locations:
Aluminum Milledgeville Locations:
Glass Milledgeville Locations:
Tin Milledgeville Locations:
Plastic Milledgeville Locations:
Printer Cartridges  GCSU Campus Locations:

Out of Town Locations:

Most major printer companies allow for empty ink cartridges to be returned for reuse:

 

E-waste There are currently no locations to recycle e-waste in Milledgeville, but Athens-Clarke county accepts most computers, monitors, and batteries.  Check out the ACC Solid Waste Dept. special recyclables web page.

 

To find out more about e-waste and what to do with it visit the EPA's E-waste website

Steel Milledgeville Locations

 

Scrap Metal Milledgeville Locations:
  • Buddy's Recycling (Buddy's Wrecker Service) $
  • H B & Sons Enterprises $
Yard Waste Milledgeville Locations

 

Household Goods

Habitat for Humanity accepts donations of books, household goods, appliances, carpeting, gently used furniture, cabinets, new cans of paint, and wallpaper.  730 N. Wayne Street.  All proceeds benefit local non-profits including Habitat for Humanity, River of Life and Meals on Wheels.  In addition, Habitat has a store at the same address.  Store hours are Tue-Wed 12-5, Thu-Fri 10-5, and Sat 2-5.
 

 

 

 

Sinclair Disposal Service

SDS offers Milledgeville City residents to join their recycling program. To receive a bin contact city hall at 478-414-4010 or visit their website at http://www.milledgevillega.us/ ,and they will notify SDS who will bring you a bin. SDS will take plastic, steel, aluminum, newspaper, cardboard, junk mail, and magazines. 1st and 3r Thursdays of the month for those who live north of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and the 2nd and 4th Thursday for those who live south of MLK.   

 

 

The Baldwin County Soild Waste Disposal & Recycling Guide

The Baldwin County Solid Waste Disposal & Recycling Guide is available in print by contacting the Baldwin County Environmental Compliance office at 445-1322 or 445-4791.  A digitized version is available here.

 

 

 


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23 Jan 09