Drop off your broken electronics for FREE, responsible recycling on September 13, 2014 in Duffy Square between 10am-2pm. Come out with all your cords, coffee makers and consoles and help keep the environment clean and green.
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Did you know holiday lights are e-waste and can be recycled by some certified e-Stewards recyclers? And most lights that “break” may only need a little attention to get them back to lighting up the season. Go green for the holidays by repairing broken lights when possible and recycling them when it’s not.
E-Cycle Washington is celebrating its fifth anniversary. Created in response to the 2006 Electronic Product Recycling Act, the organization has kept 200 million pounds of electronic waste out of landfills. e-Stewards’ original Pledge of True Stewardship helped inform much of E-Cycle Washington’s policies.
Braving the cold the day after Thanksgiving in pursuit of affordable holiday gifts and electronics is a tradition in many households. And while standing in freezing weather brings some families together, maybe it’s time to add on a new tradition—an annual Planning What to Do With Your Old Electronics.
Our game controllers are more than just circuitry and plastic. They represent a connection to the gaming world, a translator that let’s us speak with AI’s and other gamers round the world. Artist Brandon Allen dissects broken controllers and photographs their innards in his two part photo series, Deconstructed.
Two game console releases are fast approaching: the Sony Playstation 4 launches Friday, November 15th and the Xbox One a week later on Friday, November 22nd. So where does that leave your “old” PS3 and your 360? Hopefully not in the trash–not after all you’ve been through together. Rethink what you’re going to do with your “old” systems, with the option of keeping the love alive.