Electronics Recycling, Document Shredding and RX Disposal Event
An electronics recycling, shredding and drug disposal event is being sponsored by a team of organizations including AARP, Carmel Utilities, Carmel Police Department, Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana, Technology Recyclers, Shred-it and Wish-TV. This event will be held on Saturday October 22nd from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Creekside Middle School parking lot at the SE corner of W.126th and Shelborne Road
The professional shredding is sponsored by Shred-it to benefit Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana. A donation of $5 is requested per bankers sized box or equivalent.
Electronics & Appliance Recycling:
The recycling drop-off event will be managed by Technology Recyclers. The following items will be accepted: All Computers, servers, peripherals, wiring, cable, battery backups, monitors, TVs ($10 charge per CRT/tube monitor or TV), all electronics, phones, stereos, headsets, DVD players, any small appliance, IT equipment including hubs, switches, servers, routers, racks etc., office equipment including fax machines, copiers phone systems, Industrial electronics, test equipment, medical equipment, and appliances.
Properly removing unused and expired medicines from the home helps protect the environment and our community by keeping them out of our water supply and reducing accidental poisoning and prescription drug abuse. The Indiana Attorney General’s Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Task Force will be handing out free pharmaceutical drug disposal bags. Uniformed officers will also be accepting pharmaceuticals for proper disposal.
Fraud Watch Network:
AARP Indiana will be handing out information about their free Fraud Watch Network.
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City of Carmel Utilities
The Carmel Utility water system was started in 1929 with a single well and limited distribution. As the system grew, additional wells were added starting in 1946 through 2007. Today the Carmel utility water system operates 20 well sites providing water to three treatment facilities with a capacity of 22 million gallons a day. A fourth treatment facility is scheduled to come online in 2012, increasing capacity to 40 million gallons a day.
Through expansion and acquisitions in 2002 and 2006, Carmel Utilities serves over 27,000 customers distributing water through more than 475 miles of water main.
Carmel Utilities award winning wastewater treatment facility and sewer department provides service to nearly 70 percent of the utility’s water customers, and processes a portion of the waste water for Clay Regional Sewer District and the City of Westfield.