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Posted on: February 28, 2022

Free Electronics Recycling and Shred Event

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Date: Saturday April 2, 2022

Time: 9am-12pm

Location: West Goshen Township Municipal Complex, 1025 Paoli Pike

Document Shredding:

  • Shred Events are for paper shredding only.
  • All material is 100% recycled and Wiggins maintains a 0% landfill policy.
  • Wiggins Shredding will let you watch the shredding take place on their TV monitor in the truck.
  • The shredded material that comes out will be the size of a fingernail.
  • This event is for the general public only – no businesses.

Electronics Recycling - Sycamore International will collect the following:

  • Computer hard drives, CPU’s, LCD (non-glass screen) TV’s & monitors, printers, computer accessories.
  • Any small household appliances with a plug.
  • CRT (glass Screen) TV’s and monitors are $25.00 each, limit 2
  • Items that will NOT be accepted:  Air conditioners, dehumidifiers (anything with Freon)

Hosted by: West Goshen Township

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