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Electronics Recycling in Ottawa

posted Sep 8, 2011, 5:56 AM by Westboro Beach Community Association   [ updated Nov 18, 2014, 6:14 PM by Westboro Beach Community Association ]

Do you part to keep electronic waste out of the landfills.

Where: First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa
Address: 30 Cleary Ave., Ottawa, Ontario (off Richmond Rd., 1/2 km east of Woodroffe Ave.)
Date: Saturday Sept, 17,  2011
Time: 9:00 am. - 2:00 pm.

Bring your cast-off
    »»  COMPUTERS & everything related, including those big monitors!
               »»  TVs of any size
                        »» everything listed below!

       * * Tell your friends and neighbours, family and colleagues * *      
   John  613-820-7259
   Katherine  613-729-0504

Please download a letter-sized poster or  half-page poster for your workplace, housing co-op, local store, condominium, or anywhere else!

Material collected under this provincial program is reused, refurbished, or is recycled under environmentally responsible processes.

** The owner is responsible for destroying any data on a computer.
    OR - we can assist
**  If you need to bring your recyclables in advance, we will try to help.
                 PLEASE CONTACT US

What you can bring:
                ** Please box small parts together.
    * Televisions
    * Computers of any kind  
.   * Computer peripherals, e.g.modems, cables, mice, keyboards, etc.
    * Printers, copiers, scanners, electric typewriters
    * Telephones and accessories incl. answering machines, fax
    * Cellular phones
    * PDAs and pagers, hand-held computers
    * Audio and video players incl. CD, DVD, tape cassette
    * Cameras of all kinds
    * Equalizers / (pre)amplifiers
    * Radios, incl. vehicle radios
    * Receivers, tuners, speakers
    * Turntables
    * Video players/projectors
    * Video recorders
    * Home theatre equipment

Sorry - no microwaves, air conditioners, humidifiers.

The Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) programme supports these recycling depots by providing advice and guidance, and the big green bins!!  Its website describes the extensive electronic stewardship activities in the province of Ontario.

WBCA Executive
Westboro Beach Community Association,
Sep 8, 2011, 6:03 AM
Westboro Beach Community Association,
Sep 8, 2011, 6:03 AM