Recycling event to be held in Del Mar July 20

The “2013 Del Mar Recycles Drop Off Event” will be held on Saturday, July 20, from 9 a.m. to noon at 1050 Camino Del Mar (upper parking lot) in Del Mar.

About the Drop Off:

Document Shredding:

•Limited to three standard office storage boxes

•Compact fluorescent bulbs

•Tubes and bulbs

•Limited to 12 bulbs or tubes

Sharps:

•Syringes, lancets or needles

•Must be brought in a puncture-resistant sealed container

•For residents only, businesses are excluded

Used Batteries:

•AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, Alkaline, Rechargeable, Lithium and coin cells, and small button size

•Medications

•Non-controlled medications only

•No controlled medication i.e.: Codeine, Vicodin or other pain killers

•For residents only, business are excluded

This event is open to City of Del Mar residents and businesses only. The collection of non-controlled medications and sharps are limited to residents only.

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