Northern Michigan’s Earth Day Celebration
Electronic Waste Disposal
Saturday, April 22, 10 am – 2 pm
Keep Electronic Waste out of our landfills. EPA estimates that about 60% of discarded electronics end up in trash. Hazardous chemicals in them could leach out of landfills into the groundwater and streams.
Bring used, unwanted household and commercial electronics and devices to the Earth Week Plus Expo at the library April 22, 2023 from 10 to 2. MI eWaste, LLC will be stationed outside the library with a truck and trailer ready to take electronic recyclables. MI eWaste, LLC will be collecting a wide assortment of electronic waste, including:
- Computer Towers and Laptops
- Circuit Boards
- Mobile Phones
- Telephone Systems
- Routers, Switches, UPS
- Video Equipment
- Cables, Plugs, Wiring
- Home Entertainment Equipment (VCR, DVD, Stereo Equipment)
- Home Appliances (microwaves, toaster ovens, toasters, etc.)
- Power Tools
- Pretty much anything with an electrical cord
Electronic dropoff is free of charge with the exception of CRT TV’s. Please see below for pricing.
- Small CRT: less than 17″ – $7.00
- Medium CRT: 18″ to 40″ – $15.00
- Large CRT: 41″ and over – $25.00
Celebrating our Earth and its Creatures
In honor of Earth Day the Earth Week Plus Committee’s mission is to increase awareness of environmental issues and to provide an opportunity for local families to learn about nature and how we can preserve it for future generations.