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Hidden Villa Teams up with Electronic Recyclers to Host E-Recycling Day on April 26th in Los Altos Hills

Original post made by Marc Sidel, another community, on Apr 22, 2008

This Saturday, April 26th, you can go to Hidden Villa to recycle unwanted computer monitors, televisions, cell phones and other old electronics! Hidden Villa has teamed up with Electronic Recyclers International, California's largest and most advanced electronic and computer recycler, offering FREE e-waste recycling to Bay Area residents. A large e-recycling bin will be set up in the CSA parking lot of Hidden Villa between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm to accommodate as much electronic junk as people are able to bring.

The list of the items to be accepted includes:
•Computer Monitors •CRT Screens •Plasma and LCD Screens •Televisions •Laptops •Printers •Copiers •Faxes •CPU Towers •Stereo Systems •Keyboards •Cell Phones •Speakers •Phones

Hidden Villa is encouraging local residents to bring whatever they have, as almost all electronics, not just those on their list, are in some way recyclable.

Happy Earth Day!

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