Littleton residents can alleviate their environmental guilt twofold when the city hosts its Spring Tree Program and Electronics Recycling Event together at the Belleview Service Center at 1800 W. …
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Littleton residents can alleviate their environmental guilt twofold when the city hosts its Spring Tree Program and Electronics Recycling Event together at the Belleview Service Center at 1800 W. Belleview Ave. from 8 a.m. to noon on April 21 — a day before Earth Day.
The Spring Tree Program will distribute 200 low-cost trees to Littleton residents who fill out an order form in advance, available on the city's website, and return it with a check for $40 for a bare-root tree or $50 for a containerized tree. Trees must be picked up on-site at the service center during the event. The city can arrange for volunteers to plant trees for residents who are physically unable. The trees must be planted within Littleton city limits.
The Electronics Recycling Event will accept a wide variety of electronics for proper disposal. Old model cathode-ray computer monitors and TVs, and TVs over 24 inches in diagonal measurement require a $20 co-pay, but all other electronic devices can be dropped off for free.
Liquids and hazardous materials will not be accepted.
Call 303-795-3831 for information about the Electronics Recycling Event, or 303-795-3766 for information about the Spring Tree Program.
More information, including tree order forms, are available on the city's website. Go to littletongov.org and search “Spring Tree Program” or “Electronics Recycling Event.”
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