WAYNE, PA — Tredyffrin and Easttown townships along with eForce recycling are partnering up to give area residents a chance to safely and responsibly get rid of electronic products in May.
From 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 11, residents and small business with fewer than 50 employees can recycle electronics in Wilson Farm Park in Wayne.
TVs and Computer monitors will cost $30 to recycle, while small appliances, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, dorm refrigerators, and microwaves will cost $10 to recycle.
Console/projection televisions will cost $100.
eForce will provide coupons of equal or greater value provided for all TVs or monitors charged to that person, which allows them to apply it toward the purchase of an item at their retail facility or apply it toward a service, such as computer repair, at their location.
Accepted items include laptops, peripherals, typewriters, telephones, microwaves, cameras, cell phones, calculators, dehumidifiers, computers, mice, small appliances, fax machines, keyboards, printers, and air conditioners.
All data media will be destroyed or wiped.
Smoke detectors and large appliances will not be accepted.
Wilson Farm Park is located at 500 Lee Road.
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