Berkshire Athenaeum Computer Recycling Collection / iBerkshires.com

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In observance of Earth Day, the Berkshire Athenaeum, Pittsfield’s public library, is collaborating with Goodwill Industries of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont by internet hosting a computer recycling assortment beginning Friday,

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April 22, and continuing via Friday, April 29.

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The occasion is portion of the Dell-Reconnect household recycling application, an initiative that will work in partnership with the Goodwill. Acknowledged merchandise incorporate displays, scanners, pc mice, printers, keyboards, laptop batteries, ink and toner cartridges, computer systems, difficult drives, speakers, cords, and cables tv sets will not be approved.

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“The athenaeum is enthusiastic to husband or wife with Goodwill once again for this selection. Responsibly disposing of your outdated technological know-how is a fantastic way to celebrate Earth Day and aid our neighborhood,” mentioned Technical Products and services Supervisor Autumn Mawhinney.

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Patrons can fall off recycled objects throughout frequent library several hours in the selected bins. For day-to-day several hours of operation, visit pittsfieldlibrary.org.

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Individuals really should be confident to take away all private data from equipment, as neither Dell nor the Berkshire Athenaeum is liable for knowledge removing or security.

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Considering that July 2018, just around 88,900 pounds of computer devices has been recycled many thanks to the Dell-Reconnect partnership with four Berkshire County Goodwill merchants.

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The Dell-Reconnect software was created in 2004. Skilled staff in 44 states sort and method gathered machines to be picked up and recycled by Dell. Income from the method provides back again to Dell-Reconnect to help Goodwill’s employment placement and work training solutions.

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For more details about the recycling function, make sure you simply call 413-499-9480 or e mail [email protected]

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