…And now, the Autumn event you’ve all been waiting for,
Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority’s Hartford – area
Electronics Recycling Collection.
ONE DAY ONLY!! (see details below)
I’m bringing this event to your attention because I get asked frequently where people can recycle their old computers and electronics equipment. The CRRA has held these events in the Spring and Fall for several years now. It is a safe and free way to recycle these once great devices that have become paperweights, momuments, and in some cases – eyesores. The CRRA has traditionally served towns in central Connecticut, through its Mid-Connecticut project. You can find a list of these towns by clicking on the Mid-Connecticut link below. They also have a Bridgeport and Waterbury project that may serve the town you live in. Look on their website http://www.crra.org for complete details.
If you don’t live in a town served by CRRA, you should check with your town’s public works (or equivalent) department about electronics trash pickup. Furthermore, I know that Dell and Apple both offer to recycle your old computer for you when you purchase a new one.
HERE ARE THE DETAILS….
Saturday, November 10, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
CRRA Trash Museum, 211 Murphy Road, Hartford
Residents of Mid-Connecticut Project cities and towns http://www.crra.org/pages/member_mid_ct.htm
Home electronics, including: computers, monitors, cell phones, TVs, VCRs, copiers, fax machines, printers, radios, stereos. (Electronics from businesses and institutions are not acceptable. )
Participating municipalities and CRRA
Very Truly Yours,