City of Greenville residents will get a chance to recycle unwanted electronics and have their sensitive documents shredded and destroyed on Saturday.

The city holds two shredding and e-waste recycling events each year at the TD Convention Center.

City residents and businesses can drop off up to 10 electronic items per person at the event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Crosrol parking lot. Electronic items accepted during the event are televisions, computer monitors, keyboards, computer mice, wires, circuit boards, CPUs, scanners and printers.

All paper to be shredded must be bagged or boxed, and each person is limited to three large trash bags or three small boxes of paper. Bags and boxes must be intact, with no rips or tears. Reusable bags, boxes or containers will be returned.

The city does not accept fluorescent bulbs for recycling.

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