The City of Texarkana, Texas Parks, and Recreation Department is hosting their Fall Yard Sale this Saturday, October 23 at Spring Lake Park.  They will also have a place to recycle your old or unwanted electronics. It all starts at 8 AM and goes on until 3PM.

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 As for the recycling event, there are items that will not be accepted so be sure to check the list below for the items that are accepted and the items and will not be accepted.

 Items that will be accepted for the recycling event are:

Answering Machines
Audio/Visual Equipment
Bar Coding Equipment
Cable TV Boxes
Calculators
Cameras
CD ROM Drives
Circuit Boards
Communication Systems
Computer Equipment
Computer Scrap (Copper and Plastic)
Copiers
Desk Top Computers
DVD Players
Fax Machines
Floppy Drives
Game Boys
GPS Devices
Hard Drives and Memory
Ink/Toner Cartridges
Laboratory Equipment
Laptops
Mainframes and Servers
Microfiche Readers
Microscopes
Modems
MP3 Players
Nintendos
Oscilloscopes
PDAs
Peripherals
Phones (cell, desk, digital
VOIP, sattelite, and secure)
Play Stations
Plotters
Power Supplies
Printers
Telephone/Systems
Telescopes
Flatscreen Televisions
Test Equipment
Tower Computers
VCR Players
X-Boxes
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You can find out more about battery recycling and other items they will accept under special circumstances here.

Items Not Accepted

No Acids
No CRTs or Tube TVs
No Film, photos or x-rays
No Furniture or file cabinets
No Household Appliances
No Magnetic tapes of any kind
No Microwaves
No Oil- or PCB-containing devices
No Paints/Liquids of any Kind
No Radioactive Materials
(such as ION Scanners)
No Refrigerants

Texarkana Texas Parks and Recreation Department

In case there is bad weather the backup date for this event will be on Saturday, November 5, 2021

For more information, please contact Eddie Aulds at 903-798-3979 or email at eddie.aulds@txkusa.org.

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