Friday, 19 April 2013

Denver electronics recycling

Denver electronics recycling, With Colorado regulations going into affect in July, electronics recycling will change drastically. This is ever apparent in the minds of officials of the City of Denver who have organized a collection event in hopes of encouraging not just Denver residents, but surrounding community residents to recycle now.

On April 27th, residents will be able to take electronics to Denver University to have recycled. However it will not be like others in the past. In the past electronics recycling events held at Mile High for example were open at a certain date and time frame and anyone could drive through, pay the small fee and have their items recycled.

This event will still have a nominal fee, however there are registration forms, and appointments will be limited to specific time frames. Once those time frames are filled, additional times will not be available. A list of items that will be accepted is on the City of Denver's website, as well as additional information and the registration form.

The City of Denver is clear to state that this is not limited to Denver residents, however advanced registration and appointments are not optional. To register, follow the link below to go to the City of Denver website for the collection event. Since this is a one day event with limited appointments, they are encouraging everyone to register as soon as possible.

City of Denver, Eco-rally Collection Event

Parking Lot at Buchtel Blvd & S. Josephine, Exit University from I25

Date: April 27th 2013 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

No comments:

Post a Comment