Kaufman County is holding a free electronic recycling event and clothing, textiles, shoes and accessories recycling from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Kaufman County South Annex Building located at 3003 South Washington Street in Kaufman.

For recycling events, no, tires, paint, light bulbs, gasoline, oils, refrigerators, mattresses will be allowed to be recycled.

For the electronic recycling event the following items will be allowed to be recycled. Computer and electronics: central processing units, computers, laptops, power supplies, external and hard drives, chargers, cords, cabling, mouse, keyboards, web camps, televisions, CRT monitors, flat screen monitors.

Printers, copiers and fax machines: stand alone large copiers, printers, toner and ink cartridges, printers, scanners, copiers, cables and cords.

Networking and data center equipment: servers, cabling, UPS systems, racks, trays, cages and cabling.

Electronics, gaming and entertainment: Cell phones, PDA’s, TVs, VCR’s, DVD’s, Stereos, Playstation, XBOX, Ninendo, Sega, cameras, digital cameras, chargers, cords, accessories, memory, gaming boards, Game Boys, electronic games and sounds systems.

Household items: Microwaves, appliances, dishwasher, dryers.

For the clothing, textiles, shoes and accessories recycling event the following items will be allowed to be recycled.

Clothing, textiles, accessories and shoes for men, women, children, and infants: shirts, dresses, coats, blankets, bedspreads, sheets, shoes, belts, purses and bags.

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