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Lower Salford Recycling Event

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 379 Main St Harleysville PA 19438  See map
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Lower Salford, Franconia, Hatfield, and Towamencin Townships to Host a free Anything with a Plug™ Recycling Event on June 8, 2013 for All Area Residents From 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


De-clutter your home of obsolete and unwanted electronics. Lower Salford, Franconia, Hatifeld, and Towamencin Townships are proud to sponsor a recycling collection event on June 8, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 379 Main Street in Harleysville, PA. Fill up your car and our trained staff will unload it while you stay in the comfort of your vehicle!


This special summer e-waste recycling collection event is intended for items that are typically purchased throughout the year like toys, computers, laptops, cell phones and other electronic devices. “Anything with a Plug™” will be accepted and recycled…except large appliances and smoke detectors. CRT monitors, and glass tube TVs will be accepted for a $20 fee.


All materials collected will be recycled in an environmentally friendly manner and for your security, ALL media data that are collected are destroyed. This FREE service is provided by Lower Salford, Franconia, Hatfield, and Towamencin Townships, and all material collected will be processed by eForce Compliance, the first dual certified electronic recycler in the Delaware Valley. eForce provides a full staff of professional e-waste experts to handle and transport all material collected, and in the process creates sustainable green jobs. 


For more information about eForce Compliance and the types of material they accept and recycle, visit their Web site at www.eforcecompliance.com  or call at 215.964.6665. 

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