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Or Look for our pink donation bins in the following locations for bagged clothing and shoes

 

Please see the list below of Items that we are unable to accept for donation.
 
Gordy's Market, La Crosse 1607 George St La Crosse, WI
Indochinese Grocery Store 704 La Crosse St La Crosse, WI
New Horizons Office (No Bin) 1223 Main St La Crosse, WI
Hmong Cultural Center 1815 Ward Ave La Crosse, WI
Smile Care Dental 2030 7th St S La Crosse, WI
American Legion 731 Sandlake Coulee Rd. Onalaska, WI
Quillin's IGA, La Crescent 24 S Walnut St La Crescent, MN
Barge Chiropractic 322 Cameron St La Crosse, WI
Quillin's, French Island 201 Sky Harbour Dr La Crosse, WI
Bridgeview Plaza (Gas Station) 2330 Rose St La Crosse, WI
Bridgeview Plaza (Behind Store) 2330 Rose St La Crosse, WI
Bridgeview Plaza (Can Cage) 2330 Rose St La Crosse, WI
Globe University 2651 Midwest Drive Onalaska, WI
Community Credit Union 943 12th Ave S Onalaska, WI
Prairie Inn Suites 3913 Circle Dr Holmen, WI
Jim Carlson's Auto Center N6411 Holmen Drive Holmen, WI
Rainbow Cafe' N30798 US Hwy. 53 Blair, WI
ORC, Arcadia 715 Dettloff Dr Arcadia, WI
Gordy's Market, Arcadia 550 South Dettloff Arcadia, WI
Wehrs Chevrolet, Bangor N4477 State Road 162 Bangor, WI
Centerville Curling Club W24854 Wisconsin 54 Centerville, WI
Gordy's Market, Galesville 17512 N. Main St Galesville, WI
Snowhite Laundry 602 Hwy 16 West Salem, WI
Rockland Stop Go 103 N. Commercial St. Rockland, WI
La Fleur Jardin LLC Floral 24010 E 3rd St #1 Trempealeau, WI
ORC, Westby 100 Swiggum Westby, WI
Johnson's Hardware Hank 19040 Dewey St Whitehall, WI

CPSC Clarifies Requirements of New Children's Product Safety Laws Taking Effect in February
"The new law requires that domestic manufacturers and importers certify that children's products made after February 10, 2009 meet all the new safety standards and the lead ban. Sellers of used childrens products, such as thrift stores and consignment stores, are not required to certify that those products meet the new lead limits, phthalates standard or new toy standards." - U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. To see if your children's products are on the recall list, please visit http://www.cpsc.gov.

 

Due to the regulations issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission we are prohibited from accepting many items that have been designated unsafe. We also must decline items which have in the past proven to be too costly to recycle, are too difficult to resell, or cannot be repaired as required by law.

Appliances, Furniture, Housewares
All major appliances
Water heaters
Propane heaters
Gas appliances of any kind
Household trash or raw sewage
Lamps without a polarized plug
Furniture that is ripped, stained
Mattresses & box springs
Regular, Venetian or mini blinds
Water beds or metal beds except Brass
Custom-made traverse rods and
Curtain hardware
Bathroom fixtures
Wire hangers
Electric blankets
Hair dryers without rectangular safety plug
Live plants or animals, fish, birds, etc
Broken computer monitors
Lawn Mowers
Humidifiers

Oil stove
Dehumidifiers
Sewing Machines
Televisions
Air Conditioners
Fans

Small Appliances
Microwaves


Items Containing Mercury
Medical devices such as thermometers
and blood pressure units.
Thermostats, barometers, and other
pressure-sensing instruments.
Batteries
Light Bulbs of any kind
Bug Zappers

Sporting Goods
Firearms & ammunition
Safety helmets (used)
Ping Pong Tables
Pool Tables

Infant, Toddler, Children
Baby Cribs
Car seats for infants/children
Playpens
Baby walkers
Accordion style baby gates
Bunk beds
Bean bag chairs
High Chairs

Hazardous Liquids
Household Cleaners
Aerosol Sprays
Paints

Miscellaneous
Automobile/truck parts of any kind
(tires, wiper blades, brakes)
Building materials (bricks, concrete, stones, wood)
Storm windows and storm doors
Outdoor swing sets
Iron mangles
Newspapers
Used carpet padding, dry rot rugs,
or stained rugs
55 gallon steel drums (full or empty)
Hospital beds
Beauty shop equipment
Make Up
Chemicals of any kind (engine oil)
Pianos
Tools - Small and Large

 

CPSC Clarifies Requirements of New Children's Product Safety Laws Taking Effect in February
"The new law requires that domestic manufacturers and importers certify that children's products made after February 10, 2009 meet all the new safety standards and the lead ban. Sellers of used childrens products, such as thrift stores and consignment stores, are not required to certify that those products meet the new lead limits, phthalates standard or new toy standards." - U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. To see if your children's products are on the recall list, please visit http://www.cpsc.gov.
 
 
 
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