A freeree electronic waste drive-through and drop-off Jan. 4 in the parking lotg behnd Starbucks in El Dorado Hills’ Town Center will raise funds to help Back Country Horsemen.
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The Back Country Horsemen is a non-profit organization that builds trails and camps in the Sierra, working with youth and the U.S. Forest Service.
The e-waste drop-off will operated 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 4.
For more information, call 916-358-6179.
Sponsored by California Electronic Asset Recovery, a California state-approved electronic waste collector and recycler, cearinc.com.
Being accepted will ber monitors, televisions, desktop and notebook PCs, VCRs, stereo equipment, speakers, keyboards, mice, PDAs, digital cameras, zip drives, telephones, cell phones, printers, copiers, laser and multifunction scanners and fax machines, microwaves, small household appliances such as toasters, mixers and blenders, vacuum cleaners with the dust bag removed, etc.
Not accepted are large household appliances, i.e., refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc., furniture, hazardous household waste, including batteries, car batteries, paint, pesticides, used oil, cleaning supplies, fluorescent light bulbs, water heaters, tires, etc.
For optimal security, CEAR Inc. shreds all computer hard drives. The secure facility is monitored 24/7 by surveillance cameras.