MARQUETTE CHEERLEADERS ANNOUNCE COMMUNITY-WIDE PROGRAM TO RECYCLE ELECTRONICS
October 4, 2011By Abbey Gradle of Marquette Cheerleading
Cheerleaders, coaches and Booster Club parents from Marquette High School have announced plans to begin a broad based recycling effort to collect old and outdated consumer electronics. Donors can be certain they are submitting items that will be recycled according to EPA regulations, keeping toxic substances out of landfills, while offering a convenient way to dispose of these items. A wide variety of items will be accepted including all cell phones, MP3 players, handheld game systems, GPS devices, laptop computers, digital still and video cameras, radar detectors and electronic book readers. Used ink cartridges of any type (not toner cartridges) will also be collected. Items in any condition will be accepted and all should contain the battery. For detailed information on the recycling process, please visit the Marquette website below.
For more information, please contact the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your donation may be tax deductible according to IRS regulations, and donation receipts will be available at the collection site. All proceeds benefit the Marquette High School Cheerleading Booster Club.