Organization posts guide for residential electronics collections
Leaders at the Countrywide Residential Electronics Collection Events recently published a list of electronics that the organization is accepting as part of its county recycling event.
The organization has a 10-item limit for each household involved in the donations.
The acceptable entertainment items include electronic toys and keyboards, amplifiers, game consoles, tape players, digital cameras, camcorders, sewing machines, hand-held gaming devices, e-readers, TVs, VCRs, radios, tape recorders, stereo equipment, remote controls, compact disc players, MP3 players and record players. The organization is also accepting computer components like software, UPS, CD-ROM/floppy disks, tablet computers, PDAs, computers, cables, printers, mice, copiers, monitors, and keyboards. Computer parts are also approved, such as optical drives, hard drives, power supplies, circuit boards, ribbon cables, hubs, RAM networking equipment, scanners, switches, cables, routers, and modems. Ink cartridges are also acceptable.
Other office electronics as well as communication devices include copiers, voice recorders, duplicators, calculators, cash registers, adding machines, label makers, typewriters, portable power banks and coin counters and more.
None of the items should have broken screens, broken glass or other defects.
The goal of the event is to help residents throughout Illinois recycle and reuse their unwanted electronics, which is an important part of reducing waste.
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