Earth Day is April 22, 2017 What can you do?
Please join us in helping save the earth with our Earth Day Electronics Recycling Event in Denver, Colorado.
Been thinking about your carbon footprint?
Want to make a difference in the world?
Please think about telling your friends and bringing old electronics to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors recycle event this coming Saturday.
Drop-off unused, unwanted and nonfunctional electronics THIS SATURDAY to any of its 5 drop-off locations in the Denver metro area. Organized in partnership with Rocky Mountain E-Waste.
Donated items will either be refurbished or properly recycled to benefit military veterans.
I will be working at the North Office drop off from 10 am-12 pm Saturday if you want to connect. If you cannot make any of the drop off locations please call me and you can deliver to me and I will get them to the recycle event. DMAR North Office – 13648 Orchard Pkwy. #900 Westminster, CO 80023
WHEN: Saturday | April 22, 2017 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
WHERE: 5 conventionally located drop-off locations
- DMAR HQ – 4601 DTC Blvd. #100 Denver, CO 80237
- DMAR North Office – 13648 Orchard Pkwy. #900 Westminster, CO 80023
- DMAR West Office – 950 Wadsworth Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80214
- DMAR Douglas Elbert Office – 840 Kinner St. Castle Rock, CO 80109
- BAC Appliance Center - 1880 W. Oxford Ave. Englewood, CO 80110
WHY: The Earth Day Electronics Recycling Event, in conjunction with Rocky Mountain E-Waste will raise donations for military veterans, as well as provide veterans with much-needed computer products. End of life equipment is sent to a local Denver recycling vendor to be melted down and metals extracted for re-manufacturing of new components, therefore ensuring that electronics are not only recycled, but able to serve a second purpose.
PRICE: Everything is free to recycle with the exception of TV's and hard drives in which cash only is accepted. (TV's have a cost to recycle due to the lead and mercury content.) Hard drive destruction is $5.00 each. This destroys all your personal or business data.
Below is the list of things to start digging for to recycle:
Any kind of imaging
Telephones & related
All handheld devices
All video games and
All stereo equipment
All audio & video
All network equipment
All cables & cords
All ink & toner
Cell phones &
Everything is free to recycle with the exception of TV's and hard drives in which only cash is accepted. (TV's have a cost to recycle due to the lead and mercury content.) Hard drive destruction is $5.00 each. This destroys all your personal or business data.
1" - 20" | $20
21" - 31" | $30
32" - 40" | $40
41" - over | $60
Please take this Golden Opportunity to help save the planet and military veterans. At the same time you will be "purging" some excess from your home, blessing everyone!
Doesn't get much better than this!
See you Earth Day, April 22, 2017 for our Electronic Recycling Event.