Friday, April 19, 2013
Almost anything with a plug will be accepted at Whole Foods Wynnewood's E-Cycle event, along with old batteries.
Old TV? Broken microwave? If you have electronics you've been looking to get rid of, you can drop them off next Thursday, April 25, at Wynnewood Whole Food's E-cycle event. Almost anything with a plug will be accepted, including computers, heaters, air conditioning units, copy machines, old batteries and electric toys. (No large appliances.) The event runs from 1 to 6 p.m. at Whole Foods (333 E Lancaster Ave, Wynnewood).
Friday, January 25, 2013
The store will take almost anything with a plug.
Saturday, January 5, 2013
The store will accept almost anything with an electrical plug, including all small appliances from computers to televisions to heaters and copy machines.
Have an old copy machine, computer or television lying around? Whole Foods in Wynnewood will be collecting small appliances at a free electronics recycling event on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Whole Foods will accept almost everything with an electrical plug, but no large appliances like washing machines or refrigerators will be accepted. All computer hard drives will be destroyed, the event listing states. The full information is below: Join us for our first E-Cycling Event of the New Year! We are accepting almost anything with an electrical plug - all small appliances from computers to televisions to heaters and copy machines. Rest assured that all computer hard drives are destroyed and no personal information will be …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Certain electronics can now no longer be disposed of in landfills. Find out where to get rid of them.
Your trash company won't haul away your TV or computer equipment anymore. Pennsylvania will no longer allow desktop or laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals or television sets to be disposed of in landfills and incinerators. This is the last major step in the Covered Device Recycling Act of 2010. The state law, the beginning of which took effect in 2012, mandates that manufacturers that sell electronics in Pennsylvania establish programs to recycle these electronics without charging the consumers an extra fee. “Municipal waste trucks will no longer be collecting these devices for disposal at landfills, so our customers need to get ready for this change. You won’t be able to put old computers or TV sets or …