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Holiday Box Recycling Combats Crime and Helps the Environment
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Holiday Box Recycling Combats Crime and Helps the Environment

Holiday Box Recycling Fights Crime, Helps Environment

Large items like flat-screen TVs and computers are popular holiday gifts. However, setting out boxes for recycling or trash pick-up can help thieves to see what is inside your home. Richardson Police Department & Public Services Department work together each year to offer Holiday Box Recycling. 

Temporary drop-off box recycling will be available Dec. 17-Feb. 1 at the following locations: 

700 W. Renner Rd. (near tennis courts) 

102 N. Cottonwood Dr. 

  • 1500 Apollo Rd. (near the Huffhines Tennis Center Courts) 
  • Breckinridge park 

5200 Park Vista Rd. (near the baseball stadium) 

Notice: These temporary locations are only for flattened cardboard items. 


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