Computer Recycling Event - Saturday, April 14th
Topic: Indianapolis Living
Asset Forwarding Corporation is again sponsoring TECH-DROP to give residents an opportunity to recycle their old computers, while supporting area high school and youth group programs.
The event will be held on Saturday April 14, 2007 from 9am-1pm at the following locations:
- Pike Township Schools Administration Bldg, 6901 Zionsville Road (in parking lot on southside of bldg)
- Carmel High School, 520 E. Main Street [Google Map]
- McKenzie Career Center, 7250 E. 75th Street [Google Map]
- St. Marks Catholic Church, corner of Edgewood Ave. and US. 31 South [Google Map]
- Seconyterian Church, 7700 N. Meridian Street [Google Map]
Acceptable items will be: computers (CPUs/towers), monitors, and computer related items (terminals, hard drives, scanners, printers, tape and disk drives, cell phones, cables, laptops, keyboards, mice, computer speakers, desktop copiers, fax machines, and backup batteries).
The following items WILL NOT be accepted: televisions, large copiers, stereo equipment, small or large appliances. This drop-off is open to residents only; businesses with disposal needs can call Asset Forwarding for further information.
For further information, call Asset Forwarding, 317-228-9091, x204
Asset Forwarding will provide each of the sponsoring organizations a financial contribution based in part on the quantity of electronic waste collected per site. Additional sponsorship of Tech Drop 2007 is being provided by Endangered Species Chocolate, a locally based company, with a commitment to help support species, habitat and humanity.
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