Electronics Recycling Event

Electronics, Computers & Data Containing Device Collection Event Sponsored by Nebraska Recycles and Hosted by Lincoln Christian on March 18th, 2017 (9:00am – 12:00pm) at Lincoln Christian School on 84th & Old Cheney.

Have and old computer, laptop, tablet, cell phone, etc. laying around? These devices may contain sensitive or private information. Safely dispose of these devices and destroy the information they contain. Businesses are welcome to recycle their equipment at the Event.

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100% OF ALL FUNDS COLLECTED AT THE EVENT BENEFIT LINCOLN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
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Cash / Checks accepted!

We are asking for $5 per car / $10 for trucks / $25 for businesses donations!

$5 for Physcial Hard Drive Destruction at time of Drop off (Hard Drive must be removed from computer)
$5 fee for CRT Monitors
$10 fee for microwaves
$10 for large printers / copiers (Commercial Units)

Nebraska Recycles will destroy the data contained on these devices and recycle the other electronic components. No electronics will be thrown away, everything will be recycled!

DVD Movies will be donated to the DVDs for Veterans, which distributes them to Military Personnel.

If you have any questions give us a call at 402-405-2365

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WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING CRT TV’s (OLD, NON FLAT PANEL) , Console TV’s or PROJECTION TV’S at this event.
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Items accepted at this event at no additional cost:

Computers & pretty much anything that plugs into one
Cell Phones and PDA’s
Tablets
Keyboards and Mice
Misc. Wire
Computer accessories
Laptops and chargers
Computer Parts (CDROMS, Drives, Components, Cards, Wire, Etc.)
Servers
Backup Tapes
Stereo Receivers and Equipment
Printers
Memory cards
Game Consoles
LCD/LED./Plasma TV’s (If Screen is cracked there is a $12 fee)
LCD Computer Monitors

NON-Accepted Items Include:
Light bulbs, Mercury Containing Devices, Alkaline Batteries, Fluorescent Bulbs / Tubes, Household Chemicals, Books, Paint, CRT TV’s, Plastic breakage,

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