Nashville International Airport, Public Works to hold Nashville Recycles Day at BNA on Saturday, Nov. 9
October 17, 2013
Have an old computer, cell phone or printer lying around the house that you don’t use? It’s time to take it to Nashville International Airport (BNA) and send it on its way.
On Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9am – 12 noon, BNA and Metro Nashville Public Works are launching the first annual Nashville Recycles Day at BNA, where you can recycle your electronic waste (E-waste) at no cost.
Full List of Accepted E-Waste Items
Participants can bring a large range of electronics including but not limited to phones, DVD players, computers, televisions and chargers.
According to EPA estimates, 2.4 million tons of e-waste is discarded each year and only approximately 25 percent is recycled. Compost bins and recycling containers will also be available for purchase at the event.
WHAT: Nashville Recycles Day at Nashville International Airport
WHO: Nashville International Airport, Metro Nashville Public Works
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 9; 9 a.m. - noon
WHERE: Consolidated Services Facility (CSF)
815 Hangar Lane
Nashville, TN 37217
NOTE: Free, Open to the public, Electronic waste (E-waste) recycling event