With so many electronic gadgets in our daily lives, it is important to remember to recycle. If a product is old or outdated, it should not simply be thrown into a landfill, but disposed of properly.
Another good idea is to find a container that is not only small enough to be used in apartment recycling, but that can also act as a stackable recycle bin. This way, you can create your own recycling station right in your apartment, condo or dormitory. When recycling is convenient, recycling is successful.
So how does electronics recycling work? Well, there are many ways. You could give them to a charitable organization such as Absolute Green computer recycling and receive a tax deduction. You could give an old computer and printer to your church. You might donate something to your local library or senior center. There are many worthy places for the donation of old electronics. I’m sure you can think of a few more on your own.
Chesterfield is located in a high tech region along the highway. The city is only a 25 minutes drive from St. Louis. The city has beautiful houses, offices and shopping malls. At the same time the city also has horse farms. Chesterfield has the Faust Park that contains a playground, a historical village and a walking trail. We have art galleries and great hotels. We also have a community theater. With these features Chesterfield is fast becoming an attractive tourist destination.
You can be creative and create something else out of your unused electronics. If you are somewhat computer savvy, you can convert an old lap top or desk top into a weather, news, and sports station using a widget, or an entertainment center. It can even be used as a backup storage for your data. With some imagination and ingenuity the possibilities of making other useful things out of gadget lying around the house is endless.
“CAN” Do for Hunger Campaign is a collection of canned and non-perishable goods for local food banks! Clean out your pantry and donate to our local food banks for members of our community in need. We are asking all participants to bring canned or non-perishable goods to support the “CAN” Do for Hunger Campaign.
This weekend offered a variety of seasonal events Whether one liked fundraising for a good cause, Indian Folk Dancing, recycling, ballet dancing, Christmas celebrations, arts and craft shows, there was plenty to do.