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Home electronics recycling 2023

A home electronics recycling event is set for Friday, April 21 from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the parking lot of Biotech 5 on Plantation Street.

“If you have old appliances, computers or other unused electronic items piling up at home, this is a great opportunity to have them properly recycled,” said Samantha Belisle, an environmental health and safety specialist who is helping organize the event.

Northeast Material Handling, the School’s vendor for reuse and recycling of electronics and large bulk items, will operate the collection event. Almost any household item that plugs into a wall outlet—computers, radios, DVD players, stereo components, toaster ovens, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners or window air conditioners—will be accepted.

Most items will be accepted for free, however, there will be a $39 charge for television sets of any kind. Computer monitors, both flat screen and CRT will cost $15 each. (Cash or check only.)  View a full list of acceptable items and fees here.