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November 2009

Bring Your Unwanted Electronics to the Energy Corridor District’s E-Recycle

Clean Out Clutter by Discarding Unwanted Electronics, Cardboard and Documents at the Energy Corridor District’s E-Recycle and Shredding Event on November 7
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The 2nd bi-annual Energy Corridor District-sponsored free e-recycle and document shredding event will take place Saturday, November 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the ConocoPhillips Parking Lot (Northwest corner of N. Eldridge and N. Dairy Ashford). 

E-recycling on November 7 includes CPUs (Central Processing Units), monitors, keyboards, laptops, power cords, printers, TVs, FAX machines, cell phones and more.  Residents are also encouraged to bring personal documents, photographs, diskettes, and microfiche, CD-ROMs, videotapes, cassette tapes and X-rays for shredding.  Residents can bring up to five bankers boxes of documents to be shredded.  Among those items that can be accepted are accounting ledgers, envelopes, file folders and checks.  Microwaves and household electrical items (blenders, toasters, etc.) will not be able to be recycled at this event. Television recycling will be limited to three (3) per vehicle.  For a complete list of items that can and cannot be recycled, please visit www.energycorridor.org.

The Energy Corridor District would, additionally, like to recognize and thank students from Stratford High School’s National Honor Society for volunteering their time at this event.

 

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