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E waste recycling events 2013 across United States

April 25th, 2013 · No Comments

Here in this post we will tell you E waste recycling events 2013 across United States.

The basic reason why we see the hype of e-waste recycling across continents is because e-waste recycling is beneficial for the environment. It consumes less energy in creating recycled and refurbished products than creating new products from scratch using the raw materials. As part of the activity in community, organizations collect recyclable commodities from your home and stock them so that they may be used in time. This practice is very healthy and people of the locality derive return from their existing stock when, not in use.

So recycling can foster the benefit of the community and here are the details of some e-waste recycling events coming up in the next days.

The Details of the Upcoming e-waste Recycling Events 

The awareness has reached different parts of the globe and we see various counties taking their own initiatives to tackle the problem.

  • In Delaware events are organized each year to collect hazardous wastes from households. On May 4, Saturday Delaware County is conducting an event for the collection of hazardous waste. Next event in the row is fixed on Thursday September 12, 2013 at the Rose Tree Park, PA  for the collection of small electronics, computers and portable TVs. It must be noted that the items must be free from Freon. Similar event will be held at the Municipal Building of Upper Chichester Township, PA.
  • University of Michigan is conducting an institutional e-waste event on 25 April 2013, and 26, from 9 AM- 2 PM at the Gymnastic Parking Lot, Ann Arbor, MI. Moreover, they are also holding a public e-waste event on April 27, Saturday at Pioneer High School, Ann Arbor, MI fro 9 AM- 2PM.
  • Los Angeles County is not behind in this awareness, and they also organize a collection of hazardous offering legal and free of cost disposal of e-waste. Some of the materials that are collected are antifreeze, Oil filters, Motor oil, Brake fluid, herbicides and pesticides, mercury thermostats and thermometers, batteries from the household and cars, miscellaneous electronic items, and needles. Los Angeles County is conducting the events at 9:00 AM on April 27, 2013, at Unincorporated Florence Firestone HHW and City of South Gate HHW. Same event will be conducted at the City of La Mirada on May 4, 2013 and City of West Covina HHW on May 18, 2013.
  • The village of River Forest, IL has taken up efforts this April 27, 2013 in collaboration with Vintage Tech Recyclers and has let the local people give away their old computers, keyboards, CD players, DVD players, video consoles, digital converter boxes, scanners, televisions and of course cell phones.
  • April 26 and April 27, 2013 will see the recycling event being carried out in San Bernardo CA. Macerich Inland center is asking people to donate their products so that they do not end up in landfills.
  • Another name is Reboot Charity in North Havelhill road, Pam Beach West that is creating a similar event on 27 April, 2013 between 8.00 am to 5.00 pm.
  • In Queens,  the same effort has been taken up on April 27, 2013 in Forest Hills Electronic recycling Collection and Stop-n-Swap in Jackson Heights. Broken and disposed electronics will be accepted here, and at Stop-n-Swap you may take something home in exchange. On the next day, NYC Safe Disposal Event in Manhattan will be organizing the same event starting from 10.00 to 1600 hrs. On the same day, Forest Park Recycling Day will be collecting similar products along with textiles that will be shredded in front of you.

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