lamps - floor, reading, table
Must be in good/working condition
- Arc of Clark County
- Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center
- Empower Up
- Goodwill Industries
- Habitat for Humanity’s Restore
- Humane Society’s “Paws-n-Claws” Thrift Store
- International Chrildren’s Fund
- Open House Ministries
- Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church
- Salvation Army
- SCRAP — School & Community Reuse Action Project
- Share, Inc.
- Treasure House
- Treasure Trove
What type is it?
Rechargeable: If appliance contains a rechargeable battery, try to remove the battery. See Batteries for disposal options. If you cannot remove the rechargeable battery, bring entire power tool to a Household Hazardous Disposal location. If lamp has a compact fluorescent bulb (CFL) see CFL for disposal options; if it has an incandescent bulb put the bulb in the trash.
Electric: If appliance is electric and is not reusable, take to one of these public drop off sites:
Dispose of as Solid Waste, (if not reusable or recyclable)
If appliance can not be reused or recycled and does not have a CFL or contain a battery or has had the battery removed, (as well as any clean metal removed that could be recycled in your curbside recycle bin), then for proper disposal, place it into your garbage container or use your self-haul options and take to one of these Solid Waste Transfer Stations: