Here’s a great way to unload your home of some unnecessary, unused, or just plain old electronics that you don’t use anymore. Hosted at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel school, it will take place on Saturday, April 12, 9am-4pm. So bust out your old Ataris, Commodores, TRaSh-80s, Osbornes, 8-track players, and (I’m dating myself) combo cassette/turntables!!! Here’s the info directly from their website:
Kick off your green efforts by bringing all your unwanted, used, and broken electronics to the Mount Carmel parking lot on Saturday April 12 from 9 am to 4pm.
Load up your car, drive over, and representatives from ASL (a state authorized recycling agent) will unload your car for you at no disposal charge, and off you go to enjoy the rest of your day. You will be cleaning out your garage, doing the community a service by safely disposing of these times, and the school earns a rebate based on the total weight collected. Here is what we will be able to accept
|Televisions Computer Monitors Computers (CPUs) Laptops Keyboards Printers Mice Hard Drives||Fax Machines Microwave Ovens DVD Players VCRs Cables and Cords Telephones * Cell Phones Radios *||Shredders Stereo Components Power Supplies Tape and Zip Drives Oscilloscopes PC Boards Lab Equipment Loose PCBAs Optical Drives|
*Please be sure to have removed any batteries