Events
eco-depot
Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School, 10 Memorial Ave.
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
e-waste
Town of Smithfield DPW Garage- 3 Spragueville Rd.
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
e-waste
Dassault Systemes- 1301 Atwood Avenue
Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
e-waste
Tiverton Public Library- 34 Roosevelt Avenue Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
e-waste
Charlestown Landtrust Farmers Market- Church of the Holy Spirit 4150 Old Post Road Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
eco-depot
DPW- 60 Commercial Way
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
e-waste
East Greenwich Transfer Station- Crompton Avenue Electronic waste (e-waste) collection event hosted by Indie Cycle, LLC. Residents can drop-off computers, TVs, monitors, printers, small household appliances, air conditioners, and more! For all the details, including accepted materials and costs (if applicable) visit www.indiecycle.com  Note: This is a third-party event. Please direct all event-related inquiries to Indie Cycle, LLC. 
dehumidifier
Lowes- 19 Dowling Village Blvd Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
dehumidifier
Home Depot- 120 Franklyn St. Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
eco-depot
DPW- 2050 Davisville Rd. 
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
dehumidifier
Home Depot- 878 West Main Rd Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
eco-depot
DPW- 50 Industrial Way
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
dehumidifier
Lowes- 1703 Mineral Spring Ave Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
dehumidifier
Compass Hardware- 8 Ridgewood Rd.  Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
eco-depot
DPW- 51 Buttonwoods Rd. 
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
dehumidifier
Home Depot- 700 Center of New England Blvd. Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
eco-depot
Department of Public Works - 700 Allens Ave.
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
dehumidifier
Home Depot- 100 Stone Hill Rd. Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
eco-depot
Easton's Beach- 175 Memorial Blvd. 
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
dehumidifier
Home Depot- 80 Universal Blvd. Do you have an outdated, working dehumidifier that you'd like to upgrade or clean out? Rhode Island Energy is offering Rhode Islanders a $30 rebate for turning in a dehumidifier. Just drive up and drop off your working, older model dehumidifier. Rhode Island Energy will recycle it and send you a $30 rebate check in the mail. They are also offering an instant $15 rebate when you purchase select models at the event.  Please print and complete the form and bring it with you to the event.  For additional information and event guidelines, please visit Rhode Island Energy's website: https://www.rienergy.com/RI-Home/Energy-Saving-Programs/Appliance-Recycling-Program
eco-depot
Recycling Facility - 1117 River Street
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
111 Range Rd.
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Jenks Middle School- 350 Division St.
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!
eco-depot
Department of Public Works - 700 Allens Ave.
Appointments are required for this event. Eco-Depots are free collections for properly disposing of household hazardous waste from RI households. Household hazardous waste is anything labeled with a skull and crossbones, or words like 'toxic', 'poison', 'flammable', 'combustible', etc. Examples include mercury devices, automotive fluids, fertilizers, pesticides, pool chemicals, and polishes.  Appointments are made to prevent everyone from showing up at once, which reduces wait time in line. We try to service 25 cars every 15 minutes—you won’t even need to get out of your vehicle!