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November 2012

e-Recycle Day is getting e-ver closer!

 

Saturday, November 17, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Old computers taking up too much space? Broken plastic items cluttering up your place?  Then be sure to come to The Energy Corridor District’s e-Recycle Day, Saturday November 17, where you can recycle all your unwanted or broken electronics plus clothing and household items! Created in collaboration between the Energy Corridor District, ConocoPhillips, BP, Phillips 66 and ExxonMobil Chemical, it’s the perfect opportunity to do a little housecleaning in an environmentally friendly way. Recycle electronics including old computers, printers, fax machines, cell phones and more, courtesy of Sims Recycling Solutions. Bring old household recyclables such as glass, plastic and metal for recycling by Republic Services. There will even be onsite shredding services from ShredPro Services for taking care of your personal documents! What’s more, this year we’ve extended our recycling to include collecting clothes, shoes and toys onsite with our friends from American Textile Recycling Services.  Whatever items you recycle, you’ll be doing your part to make sure they are disposed of properly and put to good use.

Meet us Saturday, November 17th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  at the ConocoPhillips parking lot located behind the Omni Hotel and Conoco Service station at the northwest corner of N. Eldridge and N. Dairy Ashford

For a complete list of recyclable materials and details, please visit www.energycorridor.org/recycle-day
 

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