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The MAI (Michzur Electroni LeIsrael) corporation together with the Iriyah has placed collection stations around the city for electrical waste and battery recycling, in order to enable all residents of the city to separate and recycle polluting electrical and battery waste.
- Electrical waste represents only 2% of our waste, but contains 70% off the polluting elements in home waste.
- When purchasing new electrical appliances, the seller is obligated to take your old appliance for recycling (from your home or the store), at no additional charge.
Electric waste can be put out, in a tidy and organized way on Sundays (16:00-20:00) and Wednesdays (17:00-22:00).
Devices that are permitted to put out on sidewalk:
- Electrical devices
- Electronic devices
- Large electrical appliances
Recycling stations for electrical, electronic and battery recycling are located throughout the city. Most are located in Iriyah buildings and schools, and there are also three central collection stations where large electrical devices can be dropped off.
Collection stations for electrical and electronic items (large and small):
- Public parking lot behind the Ironi Bet school, Emek Yizrael 6.
- Ganim veNof Department in Maccabim - turn right at the end of HaRishonim, third entrance on right.
- "Chava veAdam" ecological farm, Ginat HaEla 261.
Collections stations for electronic devices and batteries:
Collection stations for batteries and small electrical devices have been placed in the elementary schools and supermarkets in the commercials centers.
The collection stations in the elementary school were placed in cooperation with MAI as part of the Environmental Protection Ministry and the environmental unit of the city's Shefa Department.
Each school has two collection stations, one for batteries and the other for small electrical waste up to a size of 50 cm.
Students and teachers are encouraged to bring old electrical devices to the containers in their schools.
List of schools:
- Shivtei Yisrael
- Maoz HaMaccabim
- Masu'at Neriah
- Netiv Zevulun
- Chut HaShani
- Darchei Yehuda
- Avnei Chen
- Avnei HaChoshen
In addition, there is a collection station at the Amuta LeMa'an HaKashish 'Lo Nafsik LaShir' on Almogan 34.
Some supermarkets also have battery recycling containers, usually near the customer service station or near it.
To find the recycling station closest to you click here for the Modiin Maccabim Reut page on the MAI website.