Appliance Recycling Drive to benefit Woburn High School and the Council of Social Concern


Wondering what to do with that old television, computer monitor or appliance that is broken, unwanted or unused and just taking up space?

The Medeiros Crew is working with a Massachusetts company that will collect these items at drop off sites set up throughout Woburn at various times throughout the year. 

This is an excellent opportunity to recycle these items at a minimal cost compared to the higher cost associated with curbside appliance recycling programs and will also be a fundraiser for local organizations that will sponsor these events. Another good thing and possibly the best part of this program is that it is open to residents from any and all communities, not just Woburn, as well as any and all business entities. With your help these collections have raised over $125,000 dollars for local Woburn organizations with a portion always going to the Woburn Highscool Scholarship. 

So clean out those basements, attics, garages and warehouses and bring your items down!

This will be the second collection of the month and it will be held on Saturday, October 17th from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. at Woburn’s Spence Farm located at 41 Wyman Street, in Woburn benefiting the WREN (Woburn Residents Environmental Network) projects and programs. A portion of the proceeds will be going towards the Council of Social Concern.

Waste Mgmt curbside Collection Drop-off Collection
Monitor/Laptop-$25.00 $10.00
Television-$25 $15.00 (new lower price)
Refrigerator-$20.00 $10.00
Water Cooler-$20.00 $10.00
Air Conditioner-$20.00 $10.00
Freezer-$20.00 $10.00
Dehumidifier-$20.00 $10.00
Stove/Washer/Dryer-$13.00 $10.00
Water Heater-$13.00 $10.00
Dishwasher-$13.00 $10.00

Want to recycle for reuse or salvage and don't like to throw away old, usable or even unusable equipment? Bring it to the event: For $1.00 each we will take the following: computers, electronic office equipment such as calculators, typewriters, fax/copy machines, printers, telephones, all consumer electronics (excluding televisions) such as cameras, video/audio/DVD/VCR, microwaves and sink disposal units.

Additionally, we will take and recycle or salvage the following in any quantity for a voluntary donation: computer parts and accessories, plugs, wires, drives, parts of computers, *cell phones*, video games as well as parts and accessories or plugs and wires, DVD’s, CD’s and VHS tapes. 

Note:*We will also be taking old cell phones and separating them for soldiers.* 

Troop 519 will also be on hand collecting returnable bottles & cans for their scouting projects!

Volunteers are always needed.

If you would like further information or have any questions about this recycling program designed to save you money and benefit local organizations, please call Paul or Lori Medeiros at (781) 938-0297 or via e-mail at: or check out the website

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