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July 24, 2014

Tucson Clean & Beautiful to host Electronics Recycling Collection event

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Don’t know what to do with your outdated computer or other electronics sitting in storage? Want to recycle it properly and safely? Have boxes of confidential documents that you want to destroy? Tucson Clean & Beautiful is hosting an electronics collection and document shredding event to conserve resources and improve our environment.

This event will accept working and non-working electronics from area residents including computers, printers and other peripheral items, printer cartridges, cell phones and other small household electronics (i.e., fans, mixers, toasters, vacuums), home entertainment equipment, telephones and other electronic components. Metal appliances (except

dishwashers) also accepted. Most electronics recycled at no cost.

Boxes of confidential documents for shredding are also being accepted, with the first box free per household.

There is a $5 recycling fee per computer monitor recycled, and for each additional box of documents to be shredded. Fee payable by cash only. Large quantities of electronics accepted by appointment only.

 

Date: Saturday, August 9

Time: 8 – 11 a.m.

Location: Ward 4 Council Office, 8123 E. Poinciana Dr., Tucson AZ, 85730

Directions: East off Pantano Rd. between Escalante Rd. and Irvington Rd.

Cost: Free, most electronics and first box of documents for shredding

($5 recycling fee for computer monitors and additional boxes of documents)

 




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