This a responsible way to recycle electronics, especially old CRT TV’s and monitors, all of which contain lead and other toxic materials that will leach into our drinking water.
Electronics Disposal Day to be held on Saturday, May 2 from 9 am to 2 pm,rain or shine, at the Sovereign Bank Arena – Lot 1, at 80 Hamilton Avenue in Trenton at the intersection of Hamilton Avenue and Route 129.
This event, sponsored by the Mercer County Improvement Authority, is for household electronics waste only (but if you have a home office, that would count, right? You’re supposed to bring proof of residence.
Items that can be disposed of include: camera equipment, central processing units, circuit boards, copiers, electric wire, fax machines, keyboards, laptops & peripherals, microwave ovens, mouse, networking equipment, phones, printers, scanners, stereo equipment, televisions, and VCRs. For further information, visit http://www.mcia-nj. com or call 278-8086.
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This is excellent! I dropped off an old Dell desktop computer and an old Mac G4 laptop — both minus their hard drives– at the end of March. I felt good about doing this. I got there about 1/2 hr before they started, waited in a fast moving line, and was out of there in a jiffy. It did not mean wasting a lovely Saturday. I highly recommend doing this! Pat