An opportunity for residents to recycle old electronic devices free of charge



            Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) today announced that he will be hosting a free electronic recycling event at the parking lot of 5130 E. Main Street in Batavia next to National Grid this Saturday, April 8. The event, in conjunction with Spectrum and Sunnking, will give residents an opportunity to recycle old cell phones, computers, monitors, printers and any other small electronic devices free of charge. There is a limit of four tube televisions per car.

            “I am proud to announce my 2nd Annual Free Electronic Recycling event that is taking place this weekend,” Hawley said. “Last year’s event was a huge success and I was pleased to see so many residents come out and have some fun getting rid of their old electronic junk. It is important to remain good stewards of environmental conservation and limit our waste and pollution footprint while we actively pursue economic development and industry building. I am eagerly looking forward to Saturday and I encourage all local residents to come out and participate!


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