Rockdale County to Host Electronic Recycling + Paper Shredding Event on October 8 – On Common Ground News

ROCKDALE COUNTY – Keep Conyers-Rockdale Beautiful (KCRB) is hosting the second electronic recycling and paper shredding events of 2022 for Rockdale residents and business owners on Saturday, October 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the car park at 1400 Parker Road, Conyers

The free half-day event will provide the public with a place to safely dispose of and recycle old documents and electronics, regardless of their working condition. Due to other events in the area, attendees can access Parker Road from Flat Shoals Road or from Iris Drive to Royal Drive and Commercial Drive.

There is a maximum of 4 bank boxes per vehicle allowed for paper shredding, and participants must provide photo ID as proof of a county address for shredding and recycling. Professional electronics recycling and paper shredding companies will safely process all items on site under the close supervision of government personnel. Once the shredding truck is full, shredding services for the day will end.

A cash charge will apply to certain items for electronics recycling, including $25 each for TVs and CRT monitors. All other electronic devices can be recycled free of charge. Here is a list of accepted/not accepted items at the event.

All items brought to the event will be recycled and shredded on a first come, first served basis.


Paper shredding

Loose, folded or enveloped papers.

Electronic recycling

audio equipment Floppy disks RAM devices
Answering machines Gateways Receivers
Batteries (alkaline, lithium,

UPS, Ni-MH, Ni-CAD, car,

motorcycle, rechargeable, laptop)

GPS units Remotes
Blu-ray players Portable electronic games Repeaters
Bluetooth devices HDDs Routers
Business phones/systems HDDs SSD
Cable Listeners SD cards
Cable boxes Hospital equipment Satellite receiver box
Cameras (disposable, film, digital) Inkjet cartridges Scanners
CD player iPad Safety equipment
CD-ROM IT equipment Waiters
Mobile phones Keyboards Server cabinets
Charging cables Laptop Server racks
Check processing equipment LCD monitors Connected watches
Circuit boards Medical equipement Speakers
Computers Memory Stereos
copiers Modems Switches
CPU (central processing) Motherboard Tablets
Credit/debit card


Mp3 player Telephones
DVD players Network bridges Toner (unused)
desktop computers Network hubs Transmitters
Disk bays Panels Typewriters
Docking stations computer USB flash drives
Listeners PC power supplies Uninterrupted power

supplies (inverter)

Ethernet hubs PDA (personal digital


Extensions Peripheral devices Video games
External hard drives Photo printers Video game consoles
Fax machines Telephone systems Video game controllers
firewall Tracers Video recorders
Fitness Trackers Point of sale systems walkie-talkies
Flat screen monitors Power distribution units wireless access point
Power bars Wiring
Printers X-ray film
radio stations


Paper shredding

Papers containing foreign matter such as spring clips/paper clips or glue/adhesives


Metal suspension files

three ring binders

Electronic recycling

Projection/TV Console Tires Coffee Makers

Washer/dryer Toaster ovens Freezers

Vacuum cleaners Dehumidifiers Blenders

Loudspeakers (wooden) Petrol tools Mixers

Gas Grill Tanks Garbage Ovens

Battery operated tools Microwave ovens Hair dryers

Appliances containing liquids Radioactive material Ceiling fans

Humidifiers Refrigerators

For more information, contact KCRB at [email protected] or 770-278-7050.

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