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Recycle your electronics this weekend in Mt. Lebanon

October 18, 2018 - 8:03 pm

Do you have a bunch of old electronics lying around your home that you don't know what to do with? 

Instead of throwing them out, you can recycle them!

Mt. Lebanon Public Library will be hosting a Computer and Electronic Device Recycling Event this Saturday, October 20th, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. 

If you have any of the following items, the library will take them off your hands and recycle them for you:

  • Desktop, laptops, tablets, servers, hard drives (optional on-site hard drive shredding will be offered for $10 per hard drive)
  • Cell phones, Ipods, MP3 players, etc.
  • Computer peripherals include keyboards, mice, printers (< 50lbs), power supplies, motherboards / circuit Boards, cables, UPS batteries & backup systems, power supplies, memory, hard drives, computer fans, routers, switches, wireless routers, access points, bridges, firewalls, cabling, modems, KVM switches
  • Phones, phone systems
  • AC adapter & wiring

For a fee (which goes back to the library), you can recycle the following: 

  • 32in and smaller TVs and monitors ($35/unit - pre registration is required)​
  • Audio/video equipment ($10/unit)
  • Radio, receivers, amplifiers, tuners, equalizers, tape decks ($10/unit)
  • VCR, DVD & Blue Ray Players ($10/unit)
  • Consumer/household goods ($10/unit)
  • Wooden speakers ($20/speaker)
  • Small Freon containing appliances including window air conditioners and dehumidifiers ($20/unit)

For more information, including on how to register, head over to the Mt. Lebanon Public Library website

This is just 1Thing that you can do this weekend to help keep our planet green! 

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