(Highland, IL) - HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital Highland will be sponsoring an electronics recycling event on Saturday, November 23. Local residents will be able to recycle old electronics equipment from 9 a.m. to noon in the far northwest corner of the main parking lot at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
 
Electronic items that will be accepted for recycling include:

  • -   LCD Monitors

  • -   Printers

  • -   Radios

  • -   Phones

  • -   Cell phones    

  • -   Laptops          

  • -   AC adapters

  • -   CD/DVD players

  • -   Desktop computers

  • -   VCR players

  • -   Speakers

  • -   Networking equipment

  • -   Stereo equipment      

  • -   Lithium Ion Batteries

  • -   Cables and Wires

  • -   Satellite receivers      

 
Residential small/large appliances accepted include:

  • -   Blenders

  • -   Bread machines

  • -   Hair dryers

  • -   Refrigerators

  • -   Freezers

  • -   Washers/Dryers

  • -   Microwaves

  • -   Dishwashers

 
Items NOT accepted include:

  • -   DVD’s

  • -   CD’s

  • -   VHS

  • -   Cassette tapes

  • -   Alkaline batteries

  • -   Broken batteries

  • -   Smoke detectors

  • -   Glass lighting

  • -   Items containing mercury

 
Fee items:
A fee of 50 cents per pound will be charged to recycle CRT (tube), Projection, Plasma, and Console televisions. CRT (tube) computer monitors without an accompanying tower will also incur a fee of 50 cents per pound fee.
 
For question or more information about this electronics recycling event, contact Barb Strieker, community benefit and outreach facilitator, at 618-526-5378 or barbara.strieker@hshs.org.

Media Contact

Ashley Gramann

Manager, Communications
HSHS Illinois
Office: (618) 526-5439
ashley.gramann@hshs.org

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