Recycle Your Electronics at Whole Foods Saturday
It’s an “anything with a plug” recycling event.
Given the mild weather we've been having, call it an early form of Spring clearning. Whole Foods Market, in partnership with eForce Compliance, is offering a free “anything with a plug” recycling on Saturday (Feb. 18) at their Wynnewood store (339 E. Lancaster Avenue).
All kinds of electronics—even without a plug, we’re guessing—will be accepted. Bring your enormous old boxy computer monitors and TVs, broken VCRs, stereo speakers the size of steamer trunks, air conditioners that could crush toes if dropped, un-tethered printers that have been serving as very large paper supply drawers, chargers that no longer charge anything you can find, kitchen appliances you haven’t thought of using in five years, or anything else you’d like to get rid of in an environmentally friendly (and security conscious; eForce will wipe hard drives the like) way.
The event run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
If you have old cell phones, though, hang on to them—you can donate those to senior citizens through the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. Click here for Ardmore Patch blogger Robert Gasparro’s easy explanation of how.