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Free Electronic Waste Drive-through Drop-off Fundraiser in Support of Deer Creek School and the Environment



       

By: Deer Creek Elementary School

NEVADA CITY, Calif. December 6, 2012 - Perhaps you may receive that new computer, television or kitchen appliance you've been wanting for the holidays? Have any broken electronics, including holiday lights taking up space? The New Year is the perfect time to clear out unwanted eWaste and have it recycled in an environmentally friendly manner, all while helping out a local, public school. Deer Creek School will be holding a free collection event on January 12th from 9am-1pm and will gladly accept your eWaste. Participants won't even have to get out of their car. Pop the trunk or open the door and have it unloaded for you! Proceeds from the fundraiser will help enrich student programs and fund classroom and school needs.

When: JANUARY 12th from 9am-1pm
Where: Deer Creek Elementary School, 805 Lindley Ave, Nevada City, CA (near SPD)
Cost: FREE Drive through Drop off
Information: For more information, contact Deer Creek School 265-1870

Sponsored by CEAR, INC, California Electronic Asset Recovery a California state approved electronic waste collector and recycler. www.cearinc.com for a full list of accepted and non accepted items.

YES, we will accept: holiday lights, monitors, televisions, desktop and notebook PCs, VCRs, stereo equipment, speakers, keyboards, mice, PDAs, digital cameras, zip drives, telephones, cell phones, printers, copiers, laser and multifunction scanners and fax machines, microwaves, small household appliances such as toasters, mixers & blenders, vacuum cleaners with the dust bag removed, etc.

NO, we cannot accept: Large Household Appliances (i.e. refrigerators, washers, dryers, etc.), furniture, Hazardous Household Waste including batteries, car batteries, paint, pesticides, used oil, cleaning supplies, fluorescent light bulbs, water heaters, tires, etc.

For optimal security, CEAR INC shreds all computer hard drives. The secure facility is monitored 24/7 by surveillance cameras.

About Nevada City School District

The Nevada City School District is a preschool through 8th grade public school located in Nevada City, CA. We provide a strong foundation for learning and creativity through balanced programming in core academics, science and technology, the arts, and integrated wellness activities. To learn more about why Nevada City Schools are the community's first choice for education or to schedule a visit, please contact District Superintendent, Roxanne Gilpatric at (530)265-1820, x2.

 

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