The Technology Spring Clean, Triangle Business Journal’s 2010 Green Action Program of the Year, is gearing up for its third year in Garner, North Carolina. It will be held by WingSwept on April 16, 2011 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at 951 Heather Park Drive in Garner.
In the past, the Technology Spring Clean has collected over 27,000 pounds of technology and raised awareness for electronic recycling and its importance.
With the accelerated pace of technology, your electronics can become unusable or outdated quickly. Do you have a stash of old computers, printers or fax machines in your home or office? Like most people, you may have not known what to do with it all. Any other day of the year, recycling equipment may be a burdensome task that costs you money.
The Technology Spring Clean allows the community a free, easy and environmentally-friendly method to get rid of old electronic equipment. Computers/CPUs, UPS, printers, monitors, copiers, keyboards, mice, circuit boards, mainframes, hard drives, and phone systems are accepted for drop-off.
Improperly disposing of the equipment will harm the landfills and our environment. WingSwept encourages you to acknowledge Earth Day and clean out the clutter by swinging by the recycling event. It will be off your hands and properly recycled by Triangle Recycling.
For event updates, follow WingSwept on Facebook or visit www.wingswept.com/recycle. The Technology experts of WingSwept look forward to seeing you on April 16!