FARMINGTON — The Old South First Congregational Church is sponsoring the 9th Annual “Earth Day Every Day!” electronics recycling day, to give residents of the greater Farmington area and Franklin County an opportunity to responsibly dispose of household electronic devices, otherwise referred to as “e-Waste.”
The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at the Farmington Hannaford supermarket parking lot on Route 2 and 4 (Wilton Road), rain or shine.
Old South First Congregation has partnered with EPA-approved eWaste Recycling Solutions of Maine to provide an opportunity for responsible recycling of TVs, computers, scanners, photocopiers, monitors, printers, microwaves, DVD and VCR players, stereos, phones, gaming and other electronic devices.
The eWaste drop off is not limited to just Farmington residents. There is no set fee for this disposal service. Volunteers will be directing traffic and available to help unload electronics from vehicles.
For a list of other electronics that will be accepted, go to www.ewastemaine.com.
Volunteers and team from eWaste Recycling Solutions of Maine work together during an “Earth Day Every Day!” e-Waste collection, organized by the Old South Congregational Church.