Tired Of Campaign Yard Signs? Here's How To Recycle Them

Brookhaven mayor-elect arranges dropoff location for homeowners and candidates for campaign signs.

Brookhaven mayor-elect J. Max Davis announced early Thursday afternoon a location where homeowers and candidates alike can drop off campaign yard signs.

"Courtesy of Michael Thomas of Michael Thomas Properties and Jeremy Daniels of ABC Polymers, a recycling trailer is parked at 2524 Caldwell Road in the Brookhaven Village area," Davis said. "The drop off area is adjacent to Pizza Rock Brookhaven, which is under construction and will be opening soon.

"This is offered to all candidates and their supporters as we conclude Brookhaven’s historic first elections," he said.

The trailer will remain through Wednesday December 12.  

Eric H December 06, 2012 at 09:49 PM
Excellent news! Does that include the wire brackets? It was mentioned on the Patch before that these signs were recyclable but when I asked where I never got an answer. Curbside Recycling doesn't want these items. Thanks J. Max.
J. Max Davis December 07, 2012 at 12:02 AM
Yes you can bring the wire brackets as well. People have already started bringing signs and brackets and I dropped off a few hundred today. There is a black trailer in the parking lot of where Pizza Rock is under construction. Pile them as high as you would like as we will put put a tarp over the top when we haul them to the ABC Polymers recycling plant in Stone Mountain.
Eric H December 07, 2012 at 03:54 PM
Thanks! and Excellent Idea, those polymer signs in a landfill would probably still be around a 1000 years from now.
Kathie " SOC" Coy December 07, 2012 at 11:33 PM
Thank you!


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