NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES | Got old electronics? Techdump in St. Paul on August 11

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Got Electronics? Old Computers and more? Appliances?

Bring them to a FREE recycling day, a community service of Jobs Foundation and Hamline Church United Methodist.

Saturday, August 11, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Hamline Church, 1514 Englewood Ave, St. Paul (near Hamline University)

(Look for signs near Snelling and Minnehaha for lot entrance.)

Electronics to Bring:

Game Consoles

Cell Phones and PDAs

Monitors ($10 on CRTs)

Cords, Cables and Mice

Switches, Routers and Hubs

CPUs, Memory and Disk Drives

Laptops and Desktop Computers

Satellite, Cable and TiVo Receivers

DVD Players, VCRs and Stereo Receivers

Plus much more…….

Appliances to Bring:

Humidifiers

Microwaves

Dishwashers

Water Heaters

Air Conditioners*

Washers and Dryers

TVs Larger Than 27”

Refrigerators and Freezers*

$10 donation for items containing Freon

 

Free will donations are accepted. Charitable tax receipt provided for donations.

All personal data is destroyed. Recycled components are delivered to USA end-recyclers that are ISO 9901,

ISO 14001 and R2/RIOS Certified. Hazardous materials are not shipped out of the USA to be disposed.

Help the environment!

Help Hamline Church and Jobs Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization and county and state-licensed e-waste recycler.

Questions? www.JobsFoundation.orgwww.techdump.org 763-432-3117