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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 12, 2011-
Mar 13, 2011
09:00AM - 04:00PM
E-Waste
Electronic Waste plus more!
Marin,
Rohnert Park, CA
Event Description

Rancho Cotate High School is opening up there parking lot at 5450 Snyder Lane in Rohnert Park  for a Free and Eco Friendly Recycling event on March 12th & 13th, from 9am to 3pm. this event is open to ALL California businesses and residents, there are NO LIMITS and will be open RAIN or SHINE the best part is if is Fully assisted, you can just relax in the car while the UnWaste team does all the heavy lifting.

 

Universal Waste Management, Inc. a State Licensed Collector/Recycler will be onsite to collect your old Televisions, Electronics, Clothing, Textiles, Books, Wine Bottle Cork and Small Appliances 100% Free of charge. They will also accept your large household appliances, mattresses, box springs and Styrofoam for a fee. Details are at www.unwaste.com.

 

This event is a Fund-raiser for Rancho Cotate High School’s Associate Student Body Leadership Class. So do the right thing, for yourself, for the environment and for a truly great cause. It has never been so easy to do so much for so many. We are counting on you to do your part and we hope to see you there! Leadership Class volunteers will be onsite during the event to offer thanks for helping us save the planet and to collect your generous donations. Donations are not required to utilize this free service.

Fee: $0.00

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