Community Electronics Recycling update from give IT get IT (formerly SKILLS recycling and eWaste Alternatives) – has announced that all Maine businesses, schools and households are welcome to participate in this service:
They’ve opened their front drop off shed seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., on a free, self-serve basis for televisions, desktop printers, monitors and set-top boxes such as cable or satellite boxes, network gear, VCRs, game consoles. Please, no other materials are accepted in the drop off/self-serve area at this time.
If you have stereo equipment, computers, mobile devices, batteries, anything they might be able to reuse, contains personal data (and other types of electronics not listed above), they can accept those in the main facility on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Just call 872-2615 when you arrive at the facility and a staff member will assist you.
They ask that visitors please respect these limitations by only dropping off acceptable materials in the appropriately marked containers, or on the proper day/time for that item. They want to encourage proper management of these environmentally-unfriendly materials, but can only continue to offer this community service if everyone does their part.
Please call (207) 872-2615 if you need more information and like/share the efforts on www.facebook.com/giveitgetitusa or google places and tell others about this free and convenient resource.
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