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Recycle Centers in Nagoya Tenpaku Ward

May 23, 2018

Recycle Center (AOKI Supermarket Ueda) / (アオキスーパー植田店)

Telephone:      052-808-2101
Address:          2-701 Uedaminami, Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya (map link)
Parking available
Open Hours:  2nd / 4th Saturday  10:00am-2:00pm

Papers (newspapers, magazines, cartons, cardboard boxes)
Cans / Glass Bottles (beverage and food cans and bottles only)
Metal (frying pans, kettles)
Others (used clothes, blankets, bed sheets)

Notes
Items must be cleaned and dried
Tie all cardboard boxes, newspapers, magazines with string
Broken items are not accepted
Put all clothes in clear plastic bags
Ensure that all of your clothes are in good condition and clean

Recycle Center (PIAGO Ueda) / (ピアゴ植田店)

Telephone:       052-805-0421
Address:          1-302 Motoueda, Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya (map link)
Parking available to the rear of PIAGO Ueda
Open Hours:  Every Friday  10:00am-12:00pm  1:00pm-2:00pm

Papers (newspapers, magazines, cartons, cardboard boxes)
Cans / Glass Bottles (beverage and food cans and bottles only)
Metal (frying pans, kettles)
Others (used clothes, blankets, bed sheets)

Notes
Items must be cleaned and dried
Tie all cardboard boxes, newspapers, magazines with string
Broken items are not accepted
Put all clothes in clear plastic bags
Ensure that all of your clothes are in good condition and clean

Recycle Center (Funders Shimada) / (ファンダーズ島田店)

Telephone:    052-803-8577
Address:      1-902 Shimada Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya (map link)
South west parking area of Funders
Open Hours:  1st /3rd  Sturday 10:00am-12:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

Papers (newspapers, magazines, cartons, cardboard boxes)
Cans / Glass Bottles (beverage and food cans and bottles only)
Metal (frying pans, kettles)
Others (used clothes, blankets, bed sheets)

Notes
Items must be cleaned and dried
Tie all cardboard boxes, newspapers, magazines with string
Broken items are not accepted
Put all clothes in clear bags
Ensure that all of your clothes are in good condition and clean

 

By Jorge (originally posted to Flickr as Recycling) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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