Earth Day 2014!
Have you ever stopped to think about how much the Earth does for you? Don't you think it is time to return the favor? Join the East Stroudsburg University community on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at their 2014 Earth Day event. The event will take place on the Quad, from 12 noon to 4 pm (Rain location: Keystone Room).
Earth Day was established for the purpose of bringing awareness to environmental concerns, instilling an appreciation for nature's role in our lives, and to encourage a sense of action to conserve and protect nature's frailty.
For more information, please email or call Madeline Constantine at email@example.com and (570) 422-3334.
As part of activities for this year's Earth Day event, there will be electronics recycling. There will be a dumpster located in the parking lot behind Laurel Hall, to drop off electronics. Please review the list below for the type of acceptable items you can bring for recycling. A list of unacceptable items is also included at the bottom. Download the list here.
Acceptable Electronics for Recycling
Computer Devices: PC’s/Laptops
Monitors: CRT/ LCD, Security
Televisions: CRT, Flat Panel (LCD, Plasma, LED), Console, Projection
Networking Devices: Servers, Routers, Switches, Hubs, Arrays
Printing Devices: Printers, Fax Machines, Scanners, Copiers, Duplicators, Plotters, Typewriters
Audio/Video Devices: CD/DVD/VHS/Blue-Ray, MP3, iPods, Projectors, Stereos, Video Game Consoles, Speakers, Receivers (audio, cable, satellite), Recorders, Converter Boxes
Communication Devices: Cell Phones, PDA’s, Telephones, Pagers, Answering Machines
Power Supplies: UPS’s (uninterrupted Power Supplies), Surge Protectors
Peripherals: All items used in the function of these devices (i.e. keyboards, mice, speakers, pointing devices, etc.)
Wire/Cabling: All cables, wires and power cords used in the function of these devices
Hardware: All parts that are, or once were a part of these devices (i.e. circuit boards, hard drives*, RAM, processors, power supplies, optical/floppy drives*, etc.
Batteries: Those from laptops or UPS’s
Telecommunication Devices: All
Lab/Test/Measurement Devices: Meters, Oscilloscopes, Analyzers, Testers, etc.
Cartridges: Inkjet, Toner, Fuser
*Please be sure to remove all personal or private data from drives before dropping them off. The Monroe County Waste Authority does not guarantee any data protection.
Household Hazardous Waste: Paint, Oil, Cleaning Supplies, Medication (pills, liquids, etc.)
Liquids: Any and all liquids
Light bulbs/Lamps: Fluorescent, Incandescent, HID, Flood, PL, Biax, etc.
Home Appliances: Vacuums, Lamps, coffee makers, mixers, blenders, hair dryers, and other small household appliances
Batteries: Alkaline, Lead-acid, etc. (except for Laptop or UPS)
Gas-Powered Equipment: All
Lawn Equipment: All