For the second year, WingSwept is holding their technology recycling event as a service to the community. Volunteers will be stationed at 951 Heather Park Drive at the corner of Heather Park Drive and Aversboro Road from 10 am until 4 pm collecting old and unused computer technology equipment to be properly recycled.

WingSwept, a leading local IT firm, is heading up this Earth Day event with the support of several community organizations including Triangle Recycling, Garner Chamber of Commerce, Town of Garner, McDonald’s, Jones Insurance Agency, The Garner Citizen, Garner Rotary Club, S & A Cherokee, and Turner Farms Self Storage.  All these partner organizations stand behind WingSwept and their dedication to providing the community with this much needed recycling event.

WingSwept’s Technology Spring Clean allows businesses and consumers the opportunity to properly and responsibly dispose of unwanted computer technology items by dropping them off for free.  Computers/CPUs, UPSs, printers, monitors, copiers, keyboards, mice, circuit boards, mainframes, hard drives, phone systems, and cell phones will all be accepted at the event.

For peace of mind and security, all hard drives will be removed from computers and securely shredded prior to recycling.  WingSwept is donating this service to the community for businesses and individuals who could be concerned about their sensitive information getting into the wrong hands after disposal.

Come out to celebrate Earth Day by doing your part to reduce technology pollution in our landfills.  Go green and be a part of WingSwept’s Technology Spring Clean.