If you’re like us, you probably have some old electronics laying around that you don’t know what to do with: a broken DVD player, an old radio missing a few tubes, or maybe a computer monitor that would cost more to fix than replace. If this sounds like you, here’s some news you can use.
Tunxis Recycling announces its last regional electronics recycling event of the year, slated to be held tomorrow, June 9th, from 9am to 2pm in the General Electric parking lot in Plainville, located at Route 10 & 41 Woodford Avenue.
Residents of Berlin, Burlington, Bristol, Meriden, New Britain, Plainville, Plymouth, Prospect, Southington and Wolcott can drop off any unwanted or broken electronic items, including:
- Computers (desktop and laptop)
- Monitors (CRT)
- Mice (the computer kind!)
- VCR/DVD/CD players
- Rechargeable batteries
- Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
- Copy machines
- Fax machines
- Mainframe computers
- Smoke detectors
- Light fixtures, lamps or bulbs
- Air conditioners or anything containing Freon
- Home alarm systems
- Home appliances
- Business or industrial material
For more information please call the Wallingford Program Planning Office at (203) 294-2060.
So, get those old, broken down pieces of electronics out of the house now, before they all get together and create a REAL Skynet and take over the world!