The Free Fall Electronic Recycling Day collected 9 TONS of electronic recycling last year. It filled one 53foot Semi trailer from top to bottom, front to back and packed tight!
So as you are doing your spring cleaning, think about all those electronic gadgets that no longer work. Don’t keep them lying around, they need to be recycled. Plan on attending the Triton School Electronic Recycling Day this Saturday.
Items being accepted include: monitors, laptops, servers, TV’s, printers, computers, printers/fax/scanners, video game consoles, computer mice and keyboards, PDA and cell phones, all computer parts, MP3/IPods, Stereos, phones, UPS batteries, copiers, typewriters, cash registers, networking equipment, satellite dishes, cable boxes, DVD players and VCR’s.
Household items being accepted include: vacuum cleaners without bags, blenders, mixers, coffee makers, bread machines, fryers, irons, food sealing equipment, electric knives, shaving equipment, hair cutters, hair dryers, tooth brushes, VHS Tapes, holiday lights, massagers, radios, clocks, heaters, fans, cameras, phones, remotes, toaster ovens, microwaves and metal tools such as drills, screwdrivers and small saws.
All batteries must be removed from cordless and rechargeable items.
Non accepted items are: household batteries, curling irons, and white goods such a refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, ect.