Friday, December 10, 2010

E-Cycling at Walt Whitman High in Bethesda on Saturday

Now that the DC government has cut back its e-cycling to once a month at its Fort Totten facility, it's good to learn about other places that offer e-cycling services. The Bethesda Green campaign is putting on a free e-cycling event this Sunday at Walt Whitman High School that offers a convenient way to get rid of your old CRT TV and other outdated electronics. This free e-cycling/refurbishing drive also keeps harmful waste out of our disposal facilities.

Sunday, December 12, 2010 from 12-4 pm
Walt Whitman High School parking lot
7100 Whittier Boulevard, 
Bethesda, MD 

Last year the e-cycling drive at Whitman collected almost 100,000 pounds of e-waste. So gather up your unwanted electronic items and drive up to the attendant in the school parking lot. You don't even have to get out of your car or erase your data, it's that easy.

Here's what you can bring:

Small electronic appliances
CD/DVD players
Cords, cables and chargers
Cell phones
Projection equipment
Digital cameras/Camcorders
Electronic typewriters
Fax machines/Telephones/Scanners
Consumer electronics/electronic toys
CD's and Floppy Disks
Microwave Ovens

For more information, visit Montgomery County Recycling or call 240-777-0311.

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