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Moorestown Residents: Lockheed Martin Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Pickup October 20

9am-1pm rain or shine.

Free to Lockheed Martin employees and Moorestown Township residents.
Lockheed Martin will be collecting household hazardous waste & e-waste.
Day & Time – Saturday October 20, 2018 from 9 AM until 1 PM; rain or shine.


Address – 199 Borton Landing Road, Moorestown, NJ, 08057.
Location – Parking Lot A between buildings 137 & 152.
Enter/Exit the Lockheed Martin campus at Borton Landing Road Security Gate #1, present ID to Security, turn right after Security booth and follow the signs.
Please sign the Sign-In form during your drop-off.
Questions – Contact Stephen Tyksinski at 856-722-3310 or

• Acceptable household hazardous wastes include:
Adhesives, Anti-freeze, Automotive batteries, Oil or solvent-based paints, Thinners, Lacquers, Stains, Mineral spirits, Aerosol cans, Household batteries (excluding alkaline), Household cleaners, Mercury-containing items, Pesticides and herbicides, Photographic chemicals, Roofing tars and asphalt driveway coatings, Swimming pool chemicals, Gasoline, Gasoline/oil mixtures, Motor oil and transmission fluid, Fluorescent light bulbs.
• Unacceptable household hazardous wastes include:
Ammunition and weapons, Alkaline batteries, Asbestos-containing materials, Biological wastes, Carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke detectors, Latex paints, Needles & syringes, Propane tanks, Radioactive materials, Roof shingles, Tires, Unknown materials, Wastes from business/commercial activities, and anything so deemed by Company attendants.
• Acceptable e-wastes include:
Desktop and laptop computers, Apple/Mac equipment, CRT and LCD monitors, Servers and server racks, Mainframes, Mobile devices (smart phones, cell phones, tablet computers), Data storage devices, Printers, Networking devices (routers, switches, wireless hubs), Cable and wiring, Peripherals (keyboards, mice, docking stations), Copiers and scanners, Fax machines, Telephone systems, Televisions, Projectors, Speakers, Auto (amplifiers, satellite radios, car DVD players), Cameras and camcorders, GPS and navigation, Home audio (stereo systems, speakers), Portable audio (iPods, MP3 players, headphones), TV & video (DVD & Blu-ray players, portable DVD, televisions, converter boxes),
• Unacceptable e-wastes include:
Refrigerators, Freezers, Air conditioners, Dehumidifiers, Ice makers, Appliances containing refrigerant gas (Freon). Microwave ovens, Toaster ovens, Coffee makers, Blenders, Food processers, Bread makers, Stoves/ovens, Dishwashers, Clothes washers, Dryers, Batteries, Retail point-of-sale equipment, Laboratory equipment, Medical test equipment.