and Help Benefit the Work of Sustainable Hudson Valley
An electronics take-back event for businesses and individuals hosted by The Mac Works, in partnership with Advanced Recovery,
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Businesses: Fri. November 6th, 2009, 12PM–4 PM
Individuals: Sat. November 7th, 2009, 9AM–1PM
WHERE 400 Stockade Drive, Kingston Off Schwenk Drive, across from Kingston Plaza
COST TO TURN IN ELECTRONICS
Individuals: $10 per carload. No pre-registration required.
Businesses, school districts and government agencies: will be invoiced
based on inventory of equipment recycled. Registration Required.
Please contact Bob Travers at Advanced Recovery, Inc.
845-858-8813 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax Machines, Radios, Modems, CRTs, Telephones, TVs, CPUs, Copiers,
Scanners, DVD Players, Typewriters & Stereo Equipment
As an expression of appreciation, every business, and every driver of a carload of individual recycling, will receive incentives from area businesses including a 10% discount on the services of The Mac Works. Special workshops will be offered at Sustainable Hudson Valley’s office, 400 Stockade, the location of the collection site: “Green Living for Busy People” with Melissa Everett, at 3 pm Friday and “Ask the Mac Doctor” with Cheryl Schneider, 1 pm each day.