Clay County business electronics, fluorescent bulbs collection to be held May 18
Residential electronics can be dropped off at the Clay County Landfill and the Clay County Resource Recovery Center in Moorhead for free anytime.
MOORHEAD — Small businesses in Clay County are being asked to bring excess electronics and fluorescent bulbs on Thursday, May 18, to the county landfill or the resource recovery center.
The collection is primarily for small businesses to recycle their electronics and fluorescent bulbs. Businesses with 300 or more units should contact the Retrofit Companies or another state registered collector directly, according to a press release from Clay County government.
The collection sites will be at the Clay County Landfill, 3301 190th St. S., Hawley, from 8-10 a.m., and the Clay County Resource Recovery Center at the corner of 34th St. and 15th Ave. N., Moorhead, from noon-4 p.m.
Products that can be dropped off for recycling include electronic equipment, TVs and computer monitors, which will be accepted from businesses at $0.28 per pound. Fluorescent bulbs over 4 feet in length, circular, u-shaped bulbs and compact bulbs will be accepted at $0.67 each. Fluorescent bulbs under 4 feet in length will be accepted at $0.34 per bulb.
For pricing of other materials, call The Retrofit Companies at 1-800-247-1309.
Clay County residents can bring in their spent fluorescent bulbs and electronics year-round for recycling to the Clay County Resource Recovery Center. Residential electronics can be dropped off at the Clay County Landfill and the Clay County Resource Recovery Center in Moorhead for free.