Recycle your e-waste Saturday in HMB at the Coastside Farmer’s Market

By on Fri, September 14, 2007

Rich Anderson via Wikipedia

Saturday, Coastsiders can can drop off electronic waste anytime Saturday at the Coastside Farmer’s Market at Shoreline Station from 8:30am to 2pm, or one hour after the market closes.

They will accept all home electronic devices, TV’s, VCR’s, stereo equipment—but the focus is on computer equipment. Most people don’t know they can recycle all those advertising CD’s, old floppies, TV remotes, charger packs for phones they don’t have anymore—the electro-junk that fills their drawers and garages. Do you have old fax machines, printers or scanners lying around they don’t quite know what to do with? Here is your chance to make some space in the kitchen drawer for the can openers—or on your desk for photos of Spot and Rex.

This is a terrific service to the community that you should take advantage of. If you miss this event, you should also know that the Goodwill station near the Linda Mar shopping center in Pacifica also takes electronics for recycling.