ELECTRONICS RECYCLING EVENTElectronic Recycling Day
Town Barn, 95 Charge Pond Road, Wareham, MA 02571Thank you for your support!Electronic Recycling Prices$5-10
- Smaller handheld electronic devices$15
- TV’s under 27”, Monitors, CPU’s (towers & desktops), Microwaves$20
- Washers & Dryers, Dishwashers, Refrigerators, Large electronic devices$25
- TV’s over 27”, Consoles and Projection TVsAll other items will be judged by weight!
Some of the items we accept: Computer monitors, Laptops, CPUs, Servers, CD Rom/DVD Drives, Speakers, Mice, Keyboards, Plugs, Wires and Parts/Accessories of Computers, Copy, Fax, Scanner, Printers, Phones of any kind and Phone Systems, UPS (computer battery back up systems), Camera, Video, Audio Equipment, DVD Players, Stereos, VCRs, Walkmans, Ipods and accessories, Microwaves, Air Conditioners, Refrigerators, Freezers, Dehumidifiers, Hot Water Tanks and Heaters, Washing Machines, Dryers, Stoves & Dishwashers.
Each year the Plymouth County Conservation District along with the Town of Wareham, holds its Electronic Recycling Day.
PCCD is a non-profit organization and offers this opportunity for residents to discard their electronic items in an environmentally friendly way. Items that can no longer be used must be handled responsibly. The National Safety Council estimates that 50 MILLION computers in the U.S. become obsolete each year. Hazardous substances can get into ground water when these electronics are dumped UNLESS we RECYCLE. Most trash companies will not take these electronic items with your regular trash pickup service. Prevent these risks by properly disposing your electronics.The Carver, Marion, Wareham regional Refuse Disposal District are pleased to offer a Household Hazardous Products Collection Day in May 2011 to the residents of Carver, Marion and Wareham. They will be accepting:
pesticides, household chemicals, oil-based paint, anti-freeze, motor oil, spent gasoline, products containing mercury (thermostats, thermometers, florescent bulbs, float switches, etc.), EMPTY propoane tanks
The Plymouth County Conservation District would like to Thank You for recycling with us!For more information emailGo Green Web Directory