Collect used small household appliances


In the town, we will collect used small household appliances to improve recycling and reduce waste.
Small household electric appliances (products that run on electricity and batteries at home) contain useful metals such as iron, aluminum, precious metals, and rare metals, and these useful metals can be regenerated as resources.
Therefore, we aim to circulate resources by collecting "used small household appliances" that we had put out in burning garbage so far.
If there is a small household appliance that became useless at home, please cooperate with the collection.
In addition, collected used small household appliances will be disassembled and crushed by businesses certified by the country, sorted into metal types, plastics, etc. and regenerated as metal resources.

■ Day / hour / July 26 (Fri) 9 am to 5 pm
July 27 (Sat) 9 am to 5 pm

■ Place / Central warehouse group "No. 13 warehouse"

■ What can be collected / mobile phones, telephones, radios, digital cameras, video decks, DVD players, audio equipment, magnetic disk devices, laptop computers, personal computers (other than displays), game machines, clocks, electric razors,
(Products that operate with household electricity and batteries)

■ Things that can not be collected / Wooden small household appliances such as televisions, washing machines, clothes dryers, air conditioners, refrigerators, freezers, CRT displays, liquid crystal displays, speakers, electric home appliances such as electric blankets and electric carpets
※ If you can not collect in the town please contact your dealer or electric store.

■ Personal information including personal information on mobile phones and personal computers,Delete in advanceplease.

■ As people who are older and can not bring in to the collection place will collect on Thursday, July 25, please contact the Town and Town Life Division as soon as possible.

For details, please see the next leaflet.

Inquiries regarding information on this page

Living Environment Division, Town Community Living Section