The event is open to the public. Items collected will be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally friendly way. They include: computers, LCD monitors, gaming consoles, telephones/answering machines, stereo/audio equipment, remote controls, cameras, electronic toys and small appliances such as coffee makers, toasters and can openers.
CRT monitors will not be accepted. Nor will televisions, refrigerators, freezers or any items that may contain hazardous waste -- such as batteries, ink and toner and mercury light bulbs -- or medical waste.
Contact Name: Lisa Fels
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