Keep Statesboro Bulloch Beautiful (KSBB) will be hosting a free electronics recycling drive in Statesboro! The drive will be held at Visit Statesboro, 222 South Main and will begin at 9:00 AM and last until 12:00 PM. COVID-19 safety measures will be in place.
The electronics drive will be a “drive-thru” event where individuals and businesses can drive up to drop off their electronic items.
All citizens and businesses of Statesboro and Bulloch County are invited to bring their unused and discarded electronics to be recycled.
Full Data Destruction Policy Followed
The electronics recycling drive will be done in partnership with Sensible Recycling of Jacksonville, Florida and the Pittman Park United Methodist Church (UMC) .
The drive will be completely free to the public and any businesses that drop off their used electronics. Sensible Recycling follows a full data d
estruction policy for personal information left on hard drives or similar devices.
Individuals and businesses that drop off their electronics can have peace of mind knowing that their personal information is safely destroyed.
Pittman Park UMC will be collecting household batteries at the drive.
A full list of items that are acceptable and not acceptable for electronic recycling by Sensible Recycling can be found here.
“This is our second annual electronic recycling drive for KSBB,” states Amanda Clements, coordinator for KSBB. “In November of 2020 we hosted our first electronics drive it was a great success. We were able to recycle over 15,000 pounds of electronics!
For our second event we are aiming to go beyond this amount. ”
The drive will be held at the Visit Statesboro and will begin at 9:00 a.m. and last until 12:00 p.m.
Visit Statesboro, also known as the Statesboro Convention and Visitors Bureau, is located at 222 South Main Street in downtown Statesboro.