GEORGE TOWN, Texas (KXAN) – Georgetown residents will probably be ready to recycle their holiday string lights as soon as this yr’s holiday season is over.
Starting November 28, Georgetown and Texas Disposal Programs are providing free holiday string recycling by means of January 31.
Previous or damaged string lights might be dropped off at three places in city:
- Georgetown Assortment and Switch Station, 250 WL Walden Street
- George City Municipal Complicated, 300-1 Industrial Avenue.
- Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St.
Solar Metropolis residents may also drop off outdated or damaged string lights on the Cowan Creek Pavilion, 1433 Cool Spring Method in Solar Metropolis.
This system is proscribed to string lights. Lights have to be taken to a set level and can’t be positioned in residential or business recycling bins as they will injury the recycling heart’s sorting machines. Yard artwork, inflatables, and different holiday lights is not going to be collected.
When this system launched in December 2017, Georgetown was the primary metropolis in central Texas to provide the service. Final yr, residents recycled greater than 4,800 kilos of Christmas lights.
For extra data on recycling in Georgetown, go to www.recycle.georgetown.org web site.