Styrofoam collection AND RECYCLING DRIVES

Re-opening JUNE 15.

We are pleased to announce that our three
Styrofoam collection sites are re-opening on Monday, June 15. Locations are listed below. Please be sure that your Styrofoam is CLEAN. We collect white as well as Styrofoam that comes in other colors, such as black, yellow, pink, etc. Examples of things that look like Styrofoam but are not are at each site. Thank you to our many volunteers that are enabling us to re-open! And, we are very grateful to be recipients of the Aptar Charitable Foundation’s Spring Grant that will support this collection effort for the next year!

Village of Algonquin 110 Meyer Drive Algonquin Public Works Open 24-7

Algonquin Township Highway Department 3702 US HWY 14 Open 7 AM to 3 PM Mon. – Fri.

City of Woodstock Public Works 326 Washington Street, Woodstock 7:30 AM to 3 PM


Open to all McHenry County residents. Fees are: $25 for up to 21”, $35 for 21” and larger, $15 for LCD any size.

July 25 | 9 a.m.–Noon, Milky Way Park, 300 Lawrence Rd, Harvard

August 29 | 9 a.m.–Noon, County Administration building, 667 Ware Road, Woodstock

September 19 | 9 a.m.–Noon, Grafton Township, 10109 Vine St, Huntley

October 3 | 9 a.m.–Noon, McHenry County College, 8900 US Highway 14, Crystal Lake

Please check or for updates.

Electronic Devices that can be recycled at these Drop-Off Sites: • Televisions & Computer Monitors (Fees Apply) • Computers & Small Scale Servers • Printers, FAX Machines and Scanners • DVD Players, DVD Recorders and VCR’s • Video Game Consoles • Digital Converter Boxes, Cable and Satellite Receivers • Electronic Keyboards, Electronic Mice and Portable Digital Music Players Limit of 7 electronic devices per visit.

Batteries collected at the August and October drives.

Document shredding available at all drives.

Environmental Defenders will collect: • Fluorescent tubes and bulbs • Textiles and clothing • Clean Styrofoam Question? Please call 815-338-0393.

Recycling drives are hosted by McHenry County Department of Health, (815) 334-4585

Preserve. Protect. Educate. Since 1970