PARSIPPANY — The Friends of the Parsippany Library will be holding and e-waste recycling event in the parking lot of the Parsippany Main Library on Saturday, September 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Accepted items include computers, computer accessories (mouse, keyboards, wires, and cords), printers, copy machines, fax machines, scanners, AV components (VCR, DVD, CD, cassette, record, and 8-track players, radios, phones (telephones and cell phones), small kitchen appliances (toasters, microwaves, coffee makers, can openers, and blenders), vacuums (with dust bags or cans emptied), and LCD monitors.
For just $5.00 per item or banker’s box, the Friends will arrange for these items to be donated to Green Vision Inc., who provides vocational training and employment opportunities for students and adults with developmental disabilities. Program participants will disassemble donated items to prepare them for recycling and conversion into reusable materials.
All funds raised from this event will go to the library to purchase materials and programs.
Since 1984, The Friends of the Parsippany Library have been committed to improving our libraries by raising funds that may be used in various ways, such as to sponsor events and programs; supplement children’s programs; and purchase books, computers, software and audio visual materials.
Funds come from book sales, revenue from “The Book Nook” (the Friends’ used book store) and various fundraisers. The remainder of the budget is made up of annual dues paid by the membership (whether individual or corporate), donations, and grants.
To learn more about how you can contribute to the growth of Parsippany’s libraries, visit the Friends of the Parsippany Library website by clicking here.