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N. Hempstead targets holiday lights, e-waste

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The Town of North Hempstead is asking residents to dump more than just their Christmas trees as they clean up from the holidays.

A special time has been set up for residents to drop off old holiday lights, as the town encourages its citizens to switch to energy-efficient LED lights.

Old lights can be discarded from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.every Sunday through the end of January at the town’s residential drop-off site, 999 W. Shore Rd., Roslyn.

In addition, the town has set up a School Recyling Partnership Program, a program with the town’s school districts to collect unwanted electronic gadgets.

You can find out where and when to drop off e-waste through the month of January here


More: newsday.com/townofnorthhempstead
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