Spring "E-Rase Your E-Waste" Cancelled; Fall Event Still A Go
April 15, 2020 | View PDF
"We just weren't sure that we could maintain proper social distancing and other safety procedures to protect both our community participants and volunteers, as well as our e-cycler's employees," local Coordinator Heather Luinstra said this week. "However, we hope to hold our fall event as usual on the weekend after Labor Day, so hang on to your e-waste. We'll provide you another opportunity to recycle your damaged and outdated electronics in September, assuming the pandemic has subsided by then."
Luinstra noted that support for the e-cycling event remains strong. Now in its 16th year, the local "E-rase your E-waste" program has collected more than a half million pounds of outdated electronics from this area.
Additional information on dates and times for the fall event will be announced later this summer, she said.