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Recycle Electronics, Plastics and Metal on September 20th!

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RecycleBe good to the environment and dispose of your TV’s, computers, DVD and VCR players, printers, electronics (basically anything that plugs in), microwaves, small and large appliances (no cooling units), power tools, cell phones, lamps, Styrofoam, car and household batteries, unbroken fluorescent bulbs, metal and plastic items at the Central NE Neighbors Coalition recycling event!

Saturday, September 20, 2008, 9 am to 3 pm, Glenhaven Park, 82nd & Siskiyou

FEES:
TV’s and Microwaves -$15.00 each,             TV’s over 36” - $20.00 each,  
Computer monitors - $10.00 each,            Styrofoam - $2.00 a carload    
Electronics and Bulbs - $2.00 each,              Household batteries - $1.00/lb        
Recyclable Metal and Plastic items - FREE!

Check the Master Recycler Program web site at www.masterrecycler.org for a complete list of acceptable plastic items.  

Proceeds will help to buy a new copy machine for the Central NE Neighbors Coalition’s office!

Pickup arrangements available, fees apply. For more information or to volunteer to help contact Ronda at 503-823-3157 or visit www.cnncoaltion.org


Sponsored by Central NE Neighbors Coalition, with support from Bear eCycling, Master Recycler Program, GreenWall Industries, AGG Enterprises, Far West Fibers, Pacific Land Clearing, Safeway, Albertsons, and Portland Parks and Recreation.

Submitted by Ronda,

Central NE Neighbors Coalition

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August 7, 2009 at 10:40 AM

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