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FREE computer recycling event! Find a new life for your old computer.
Dell is supporting the Environmental Protection Agency's "Plug-In To eCycling" campaign by organizing a FREE computer recycling event with Carnegie Mellon University. Bring your unwanted computer equipment to the drop-off location at the Morewood Gardens parking lot on Saturday, June 21, and we'll recycle it free of charge.
Accepted items include any brand of computer-related equipment - computers, computer monitors, keyboards, mice, printers and other peripherals. We will NOT be accepting televisions, copiers, cell phones or other household electronics unrelated to your computer, so please leave them at home. Please remove all data from your computer's hard drive and any removable media such as floppy disks or PC cards.
June 21, 2003
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Carnegie Mellon University
Morewood Gardens parking lot
Enter from Forbes Ave. just west of Morewood Ave.
For more information please visitwww.dell.com/recyclingtour.
Working together for responsible solutions:
While computers are safe to use, they do contain some environmentally sensitive materials. These materials can be safely removed or recycled, but only if we all work to keep these products out of our landfills in the first place. Dell is committed to responsible solutions for reusing and recycling unwanted computers.
If you cannot join us on June 21, please visit Dell's new online computer recycling and donating option atwww.dell4me.com/recycling. Dell | Recycling is designed to satisfy EPA requirements, and we take pride in giving consumers choices that are responsible, affordable and easy.
Please join us in thanking our local partners for their generous support in promoting this event:
Carnegie Melon University
Steel Recycling Institute
3 Rivers Connect
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Resources Council