From the gracious assistance of The Common Market Co-op, e-End was able to collect a large amount of electronic devices, computer systems, and old TVs for recycling.
For Good Reason
For all the participants, we appreciate you coming out, joining us, and bringing items for recycle. We hope you know that by recycling your electronics, you’re helping to limit the amount of natural resources needed to produce new electronic items. With each device recycled, the components in many of the items brought in, can be reused for manufacturing new computers, cell phones, printers, etc.
Recycling your old electronics in many ways can help support our local communities by not only offering refurbished devices to low-income families, schools, and charities, but the act can also benefit societies in other countries. Submitting electronics to certified recyclers is the best way to ensure that the items are not illegally shipped to third-world countries and made harmful to the ecosystem.
For all the various reason, though, we want to convey that recycling is the right thing to do for our planet.
This annual event was hosted by Common Market, a local non-profit regional food distributor. This store, in addition to their mission of connecting communities with food from sustainable family-owned farm, also has a passion about recycling and environmental consciousness.
The Recycling Collection event took place April 23rd, at the Common Market facility, off Buckeystown Pike in Evergreen Square shopping center. If you missed it, there are still opportunities for you to help and recycle your devices. e-End accepts items at their facility during their normal business hours, Monday – Friday: 9AM – 4PM.
If you have any questions, or would like more information about recycling your old electronics, feel free to contact e-End or call them @ 240-529-1010.
e-End is a R2 certified electronics recycling company. This means that they strictly adhere to internationally recognized Responsible Recycling (R2) standard to reduce electronics waste. In addition, e-End strives to exceed the EPA’s standards for solid waste recycling and adhere to a zero-landfill policy for e-waste.