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Electronic-Waste Recycling On P.O.W 2 Days Only!
The Tribal Environmental Coalition ("TEC") will accepting Electronic waste to properly recycle at the Klawock Transfer Facility on September 18th -19th, 2012 from 9am to 3pm on both days.
"TEC" is the Environmental Departments of Craig Tribal Association; Hydaburg Cooperative Association; Klawock Cooperative Association & Organized Village of Kasaan.
Other partners include: the City of Klawock; Alaska Marine Lines; and Total Reclaim, Inc. E-Waste will be sent to Total Reclaim, Inc. in Washington. Please check totalreclaim. com for more information. Below is a list of the stuff we will be accepting as well:
Fee: $ 0.25/lb. except computer monitors and towers are FREE of Charge! No worries of sensitive information on your computer, they get shredded. Please check: totalreclaim.com for more information.
Questions? Please call the Environmental Departments ("TEC") of: Craig Tribal Association 826-5125, Hydaburg Cooperative Association-285-3666, Klawock Cooperative Association, Tribe-755-2265, and Organized Village of Kasaan -542-2230
Computer monitors (LCD & CRT), Electric pen plotters, Televisions (including console TVs), electric scales, Computers (CPUs), Laptops, Postage machines, Digital cameras, Mice, Video Camera's, PDA's/handheld devices with cradles, Zip drives, Photocopiers, Cords/wires, Keyboards, Batteries within electronics, Speakers, Scanners, Credit card machines, Adding machines, Modems, Printers, Telecommunication equipment, Fax machines, Electric typewriters, Toner cartridges (laser and inkjet), Radios, Microwave ovens, VCR's, Uninterrupted power supplies (UPSs), DVD players, Stereo's, Bread makers, Ballasts, Telephones, 35mm camera's, Electric games, Cellphones, Blenders/mixers, coffee makers, CD's, and DVD's
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