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~FREE Electronic Recycling Event~

Concerned about how to safely recycle old electronics?

 Wonder what to do with that old television set that is collecting dust in your garage?

The Reno/Sparks FREE Recycling Event can help answer these questions. Simply bring the electrionics you want recycled to:

The Reno Livestock Events Center ~ Community Building, 1350 N. Wells Ave., Reno, Nevada

On:

January 31, 2009 - 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Area residents and businesses can drop off their old electronics for free and receive a tax deductible receipt for doing so. Electronics that can be recycled include:

Televisions              Computers            Lap Tops

Monitors       Keyboards         Cords/Cables

Power Supplies         Printers     DVD Players     Cel Phones

 

The free electronics recycling event is sponsored by the City of Reno, City of Sparks, Washoe County, University of Nevada Reno, Whole Foods, Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority, Radiant Technologies, West Coast Contractors, New2u Computers and IVGID Waste Not.

Working electronics that are dropped off at the end of the month will be refurbished, repaired and resold by New2U Computers. Anything that can no longer be useful will be sent to a highly qualified company in California for recycling. New2U Computers is a local non-profit organization that sells refurbished computers at rock-bottom prices. The money they earn is then used to fund programs for the disabled in Northern Nevada. Worried about recycling your computer because of identity theft? Don't be. New2U certifies data destruction to protect your privacy.

Keeping waste contained in home electronics out of our trash along with reducing waste is the goal of this community recycling event. For more information please contact New2ucomputers at 775-329-1126 or Jason Geddes, City of Reno Environmental Service Administrator at 775-334-3311.

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If you are interested in other ways to help keep harmful waste out of our landfills, go to Freecycle.org for more information. Freecycle is a non-profit organization made up of over 4,000 different groups around the counrty that are helping people find ways to reuse and recycle.

 

 

Authored by Terrie Leighton. January 2009. Terrie is a licensed real estate agent with Ferrari-Lund Real Estate. The information in this post is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed. If you are looking to buy or sale in the Reno/Sparks Northern Nevada area, please call me for a complete marketing report.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsTerrie Leighton • January 20 2009 02:59PM

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Nice service and it's tax deductable at that! I bet they will be seeing a lot move televisions due to the conversion in February.

Posted by Teresa Harris, Denver . Lake Norman . Charlotte (Lake Real Estate, LLC) over 9 years ago

Oh I am sure they will get ambushed with TV's. At least I hope they will. I would not want to see them thrown in the trash!

Posted by Terrie Leighton, Reno Real Estate Agent ~ Selling Homes in Reno (Ferrari-Lund Real Estate ) over 9 years ago

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