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  • Lorelle VanFossen 2:20 pm on December 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , foam blocks, , recycling event   

    E-Waste and Foam Block Recycling Event January 3 

    In case you missed the email sent to faculty and staff at Clark College from Rebecca Benson, January 3, 2015 from 9am to 1pm is an E-Waste and Block Foam Recycling Event at Fisher’s Landing Transit Center in Vancouver, Washington.

    Did you get new electronics over the holidays?

    If so, there is a recycling event on January 3rd for block foam and electronic waste.

    Rebecca Benson is the Clark College Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor, and she describes the recycling material as:

    Electronic Waste

    Accepts – Camcorders; cassette players and tapes; CDs; CD player; cellular phones; computers; computer books; manuals and software; computer parts; accessories and components; CRT monitors; digital cameras; DVD/VHS movies; DVD/VCR players; electronics testing equipment; fax machines; flat panel monitors and televisions (LCD/plasma); floppy disks; keyboards (computer); laptops; modems; musical instruments; PDA (Personal Digital Assistant); printers; projectors (Home Theater, LCD, overhead, slide and video); radios; rechargeable batteries; scanners; stereo equipment; telephones; video game consoles; video games and accessories.

    Does Not Accept – Household batteries, microwave ovens, smoke detectors, rear projection, DLP, or console TVs.

    Block Foam

    Accepts – Only clean white #6 block foam

    Does Not Accept – plastic-wrapped yellow urethane foam, spongy polypropylene foam, food trays, foam film, hot tub covers, packing peanuts, and foam with cardboard, tape or metal attached.

    Check your email for details or contact Rebecca Benson in Gaiser Hall.

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  • janetteclay 10:56 pm on November 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , clark event, , e-waste event, recycling event   

    Clark College Phi Theta Kappa E-waste Recycling 

    e-waste recyclying

     
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