EvCC will host Everett Free Electronic Recycling next Tuesday

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If you have new electronics for Christmas and need to dispose of your old model or just have a pile of old devices filling a back closet, Everett Community College Sustainability is hosting an electronics recycling event on Tuesday, January 18 .

From 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., you can go to parking lot F on the EvCC campus, and they will unload the items from your vehicle. There is no charge (unless you bring a large number of items) and the event is open to the public. All data will be erased from electronics. E-Waste Recycler 3R Technology manages recycling.

Here is a list of items they accept at no charge.

Electronic items accepted free of charge
Televisions (CRT, Plasma and LCD) – for individuals and eligible eCycle WA entities
Monitors (CRT and LCD) – for individuals and eligible eCycle WA entities
Computers, laptops, tablets and servers
Printers (inkjet, laser and dot-matrix) and scanners
Audio/video equipment (cassettes, CD players and turntables, etc.)
computer speakers
Office supplies
Consumer electronics
UPS Backup Batteries
Optical media (software, CDs, DVDs)
Satellite equipment
Mobile devices and cell phones
Networking equipment
Point of sale and catering equipment
SLA and lithium batteries
Cables and computer parts
Discrete electronic components
Electronics production and R&D items
Laboratory, medical and test equipment
Telephones and telephone systems
Engines and other electronic waste
*Note – free services may be limited in quantity – due to higher processing costs, we may charge for large quantities of end-of-life recycling, such as printers and consumer electronics.

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