Please note that the $63 million rehabilitation of the westbound Interstate 70 Missouri River Bridge (Blanchette Bridge) will keep the westbound bridge closed from November 2012 until Fall 2013. Motorists should consider Route 370 as an alternate. Route 370 connects from I-270 in St. Louis County to I-70 in St Peters in St Charles County. Route 364 (The Page Avenue Extension) is also a viable alternative for accessing The Family Arena. For the latest details on the project please click here.
If you’re still wondering what to do with that defunct snow blower collecting dust in the garage, or what about the behemoth computer in the basement? Then, hey, it’s time to make a move and recycle! The city of St. Charles in sponsorship with WITS, Inc., will once again host a free monthly Electronic Recycling Event available to all area businesses and residents in St. Charles, Warren and Lincoln Counties.
There is no charge for items dropped off however donations are requested to help defray recycling costs. Donors will receive tax letters, and are also guaranteed hard-drive security destruction. WITS will also offer free pick-up services the third week of every month for area businesses with large quantity items, as well as special services for elderly or physically challenged residents requiring assistance (please call 314-558-0090 for more information related to special pick-up services).
WITS or Web Innovations & Technology Services builds communities through reuse, recycling and education. Items – working or not – accepted in the monthly recycling drive include:
Suggested items for recycling include: computers, monitors, other computer hardware, including cables, office/business equipment and machinery, telecommunications equipment, including phones and clocks, televisions, VCRs, stereos, cameras, other audio/video equipment, data storage devices, including CDs, VHS tapes and computer software, home electronics, blenders, toasters, irons, washing machines and dryers, dishwashers, furnaces, hot water heaters, home medical equipment, lawn mowers, tillers, tools, air conditioners, refrigerators, humidifiers, old motors, transformers, electrical equipment, power supplies, and car batteries.
Items not accepted: paint and paint cans, wood furniture, other wood products, tires, household chemicals and weekly recycling items. For a complete item listing, access WITS online at www.witsinc.org or call 314-558-0090.
As a not-for-profit, community agency in the Greater St. Louis region, WITS operates 16 permanent drop-off locations in Missouri and Illinois (refer to website for complete details). All donations of reusable items are tax-deductible and will be refurbished when possible, and given to one of the agency’s programs such as Kids for Kancer, Free Computer Program or Veteran Technology. For more information, call WITS at 314-558-0090 or visit the organization online at www.witsinc.org.