Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Got E-Recycling? Need Documents Shredded?
"Electronic waste will be accepted for appropriate recycling at an event at the 48th Ward Streets & Sanitation Yard co-sponsored by Alderman Harry Osterman, State Representative Kelly Cassidy, State Senator Heather Steans and the Edgewater Environmental Sustainability Project.
It's against the law to put electronics into the regular trash so this is a great opportunity to clear out those old computers, laptops, phones, cameras, small appliances, monitors, etc. Basically anything that gets plugged in or runs on a battery will be accepted except for automobile batteries and very large appliances like refrigerators.
Free document shredding will also be available. You can watch your documents being shredded. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org."
By Kate Uptown - April 30, 2014