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Declutter, Organize and Spark Joy!
After the chaos of the holidays, January is the ideal time to put away the decorations, organize your belongings and declutter your home. As you are sorting items, please consider donating or recycling them instead of tossing them out. Some items are 100 percent recyclable, such as clothes or shoes, and some items can pose a health risk, such as electronics and medications, when you send them to a landfill.
This convenient service comes to you, picks up your donated household goods and leaves you a tax receipt. Your Donation Pickup helps 6 Stones raise funds which directly benefits members of our local community. Items should be limited to those that one person can carry. To schedule a pickup, either visit YourDonationPickup.com or call 682-970-2038.
What can be picked up:
- Jewelry & Other Accessories
- Linens & Blankets
- Home Decor
- Bath Items
- Small appliances
United Electronic Recycling in Coppell offers drop off for Euless residents for items such as computers, wires & cables, miscellaneous office items, appliances, A/V equipment, batteries and back-ups. You can find a detailed list of accepted items at www.uer.com or by calling (855) 837-8326. You can also drop off used cell phones, computers and other electronic gadgets at your local Staples or Best Buy store. They recycle a large variety of electronics. Visit Staples.com or BestBuy.com for a list of accepted items.
Bring expired or unused prescription and over the counter medicine to the MedReturn Drug Collection Unit. This container is located in the lobby of the Euless Police Station at 1102 W. Euless Blvd. and is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Intravenous items, injectables, and syringes will not be accepted. Remember, you help your community and environment by decluttering the proper way.