Recycle small electronics at Lake Forest Park Farmers Market Sunday

Friday, July 20, 2012

Recycle Rama! Bring your tired, outmoded and unloved small electronics to the Information Table at the Lake Forest Park Farmers Market to be recycled at no charge to you.

You'll keep electronic items out of landfills as you support two organizations: Friends of Third Place Commons, the nonprofit that manages the Commons and the LFP Farmers Market, and Northwest Heritage Resources, a non-profit organization conserving our cultural heritage by presenting, promoting, preserving and documenting the diverse cultural traditions of the Pacific Northwest.

These items can be accepted:

  • Inkjet cartridges (any kind – used in printers)
  • Old cell phones
  • Palm pilots
  • GPS devices
  • MP3 players or Ipods
  • Digital cameras
  • Video cameras
  • Ebook readers
  • Calculators
  • Radar detectors
  • Video games, consoles, and accessories
  • Pagers Handheld devices

No computers, laptops, or other large items. Questions? Phone 206-366-3302, or email.

The Market is held on the lower level of Lake Forest Park town center from 11am to 4pm on Sunday. 17171 Bothell Way NE at Ballinger.


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