The City of Bristol will be hosting a Free Electronics Collection event in association with ECOvanta.
Acceptable items include:
CPU’s, notebooks, computers, laptops, towers, servers, TV’s, computer monitors, printer, scanners, fax machines, keyboards, mice, computer cables/wires, circuit boards, disk drives, answering machines, telephone systems, cell phones, satellite receivers, projectors, cameras, VCR/DVD players, tape recorders, video game systems, radios, stereos, MP3 players, toasters, microwaves, blenders, coffee makers, blow dryers, and other small household electrical appliances.
Any electronic device powered by a cord or battery, smaller than a mini-refrigerator is acceptable.
On Saturday – November 4, 2017 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM Rain or Shine.
95 Vincent P. Kelly Road (City Yard), Bristol (Approach from Middle Street).
The event is free to residents of Bristol, Berlin, Branford, Burlington, Hartland, New Britain, Plainville, Plymouth, Prospect, Seymour, Southington, Warren, Washington, Wolcott (I.D. Required – No businesses or commercial waste).
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