It may be a little late for spring cleaning (let's face it – most of us are behind on our To Do lists these days), but if you're looking to clean out some of those old appliances and electronics cluttering up your home state Rep. Tim Briggs wants to help.
Briggs, state Rep. for our neighbors in the 149 District is hosting an electronics recycling event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, June 2 at Heuser Park, 619 West Beidler Road in King of Prussia.
If you're planning to stop by and drop something off, make sure you aren't bringing any mercury-based smoke detectors, refrigerators or air conditioners with refrigerant or any hazardous household chemicals ike paint or oils, as they won't be accepted. You can see a full list of accepted electronic devices (including TVs, computers and other digital equipment) in our PDF section.
Call Robert Ridzinski at 484-636-3869 or email him at email@example.com for more information.
Briggs is also inviting folks to stop by his annual Family GreenFest at Scauffele Plaza, 12 East Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 10. The event will feature more on-site electronics recycling, document shredding, plant giveaways, solar car racing and plenty of family-friendly fun.