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Upcycle Your Electronics

Posted on: www.cb14brooklyn.com

The community is invited to participate in Upcycle FestTM! Bring outdated electronics to Prospect Park and drop them into the designated trucks where they will find a new life after being Upcycled. For more information, Click Here to visit the website or call 718-444-8816 for more information.

DATES: Monday, October 28, 2013,
TIMES: 8am – 2pm
LOCATION: (Walk-Up): 3rd Street Entrance off Prospect Park West or Grand Army Plaza safety zone or Bartel Pritchard Lot
LOCATION: (Drive-Up): Willink Entrance

This sustainable solution to the buildup of old electronics helps to decrease the negative global impact that throwing out devices has on our environment, all while helping to support City Parks Foundation and Prospect Park Alliance.  The Upcycle program is run by Causes International, a green cause company committed to environmental stewardship and charitable giving. Upcycling creates funding for non-profits and charities by extending the life cycle of donated consumer and corporate IT electronics. The process is safe, secure, and guarantees 100% data destruction while preventing items from going into landfills, poisoning the planet and all that inhabit it.

Topics: Community Events, Sanitation