Written by Amie Steffeneicher, Internet Director - email
IOWA CITY (KWWL) -
After you've decked the halls, you can recycle those lights in at least two eastern Iowa towns.
Iowa City and Coralville are providing residents with several drop-off recycling locations for their unwanted or non-working Christmas lights.
Residents are advised to only use the bins for strings of lights.
The program runs until Jan. 7.
--City Carton Recycling (3 E. Benton Street)
--Hy-Vee South (Waterfront Drive)
--Hy-Vee East (First Avenue)
--Hy-Vee (North Dodge)
--Iowa City Landfill and Recycling Center (3900 Hebl Avenue SW)
--ReStore (2401 Scott Blvd. SE)
--Coralville City Hall (1512 7th Street)
--Coralville Recreation Center (1506 8th Street)
--Coralville Recycling Center (110 E. 7th Street)
--Hy-Vee, Lantern Park Plaza (1914 8th Street)
--Walgreens (102 2nd Street)
--Walgreens (2751 Heartland Drive)
For questions about the Iowa City locations, please call Jennifer Jordan, City of Iowa City Recycling Coordinator, at (319) 887-6160. For information about the Coralville locations, call Coralville Streets and Solid Waste at (319) 248-1740.
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