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UD students recycle furniture
By Associated Press

The University of Delaware and the City of Newark are joining together to recycle furniture from students moving out of the school.

Students can start dropping off unwanted furnishings and home goods on Monday at the former Curtis Paper Mill site at 225 Paper Mill Road. Donations can include furniture, appliances, lamps, fans, clothing, televisions, bed frames and unopened toiletries.

The goods will be given free to local charities. Any items that remain after charities take their pick will be sold to the general public.

This is the seventh year of the so-called "UDon't Need It?" program.




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