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default map pin icon J.H. Williamson Drive, Saint Robert, MO 65584, USA

This listing was last updated on: February 07, 2021

Expanded listing for: City of St. Robert

Hours of Operation

7:30 AM until 3:30 PM Monday thru Friday
Materials:
Notes
  • Rinse or wipe clean all food or other residue from bottles & containers
Exceptions
  • No Bags, Wrap or Film Plastic
  • No Food Contaminated Containers
  • No Hazardous Product Containers
  • No Motor Oil Bottles/Containers


default map pin icon 342 Circuit Street Unit 4 , Hanover, MA 02339, USA

This listing was last updated on: March 17, 2021

Expanded listing for: PC Survivors of Massachusetts

Hours of Operation

Mon

9:00am

5:00pm

Tue

9:00am

5:00pm

Wed

9:00am

5:00pm

Thu

9:00am

5:00pm

Fri

9:00am

5:00pm

Sat

Closed

Sun

Closed

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Description: Electronics Recycling and Secure Hard Drive/Data Destruction PCS of Massachusetts provides reuse and recycling solutions to a broad base of customers located throughout New England and the United States. Our Secure On-site Hard Drive/ Data Destruction and Electronics Recycling programs provide our customers the opportunity to further their own HIPAA Compliant and Environmental Stewardship programs. The innovative recycling programs PCS brings to market help reduce the potentially harmful impact companies have on the environment. PCS of Massachusetts is New England's premier provider of HIPAA Compliant Data Destruction and Electronics Recycling programs. As well as asset re-marketing re-sale of excess electronics, medical and laboratory equipment. We are a proud member of The National Recycling Coalition and we are RIOS/R2 Certified. From corporations with a diverse waste stream, municipalities trying to cope with Electronics Recycling and Data Destruction, manufacturers looking to recoup product costs through its precious metal value, PCS of Massachusetts has innovative solutions to meet your needs. PCS of Massachusetts is uniquely positioned to meet the electronic asset disposal needs of a wide variety of companies, organizations, and government agencies. Let us be the solution for all of your Electronics Recycling and Data Destruction needs. Contact us today! (781) -924-3071.

default map pin icon 42494 Delaware Lane, Perry, MO 63462, USA

This listing was last updated on: March 30, 2021

Expanded listing for: Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste Collection Center

Hours of Operation

Wed

9:00am

4:00pm

Sat

9:00am

12:00pm

Household Hazardous Waste & E-Waste Collection Center is open every Wednesday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and the FIRST Saturday of every month 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Description: The formation of regional planning commissions was made possible though the Regional Planning and Community Development Act of 1966. The founding legislation was drafted to assist local units of governments in addressing issues on a regional basis. The Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments was organized in 1968 following the passage of Chapter 251 RsMO by the General Assembly in 1968. For over thirty (30) years, the Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments has been providing services to local units of governments. The region encompasses the counties of Audrain, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Pike, Ralls, Randolph and Shelby and the communities that lie within these counties. The Council is governed by an executive board, which is comprised of two representatives from each county. The executive board’s primary purpose is to set policies for the operation of the Council and the development of the region. The Executive Board of the Council, which meets on a quarterly basis, consists of nineteen (19) members made up of locally elected officials and members at large. The Council provides a variety of professional services for communities and counties within the region. Our interests are as varied as our communities’ needs. Whether it is securing funds for tree planting or attracting new industries, the Council has been called upon to demonstrate its commitment and desire to enrich the Mark Twain Region. The Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments continually strives to provide a wide range of professional services to its member governments and to address important issues that impact the quality of life of the residents within the region. Regional cooperation is not always easy, but when a group of communities have a common problem to solve or a common opportunity to create, the advantages of regional cooperation are endless.