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Harper e-waste drive will benefit peer helpers

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From page A8 | March 20, 2013 |

Harper Junior High School is making it easy to recycle electronic waste with a drive-through, drop-off fundraiser on Saturday. Proceeds will support the school’s Peer Helper Program, including tutoring, socialization, counseling and cross-age support.

Local residents are invited to bring their items to Harper Junior High, 4000 E. Covell Blvd., between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. “Pop the trunk, and volunteers will lift out your recycled items for you,” a news release said.

Items accepted are monitors; televisions; desktop and notebook PCs; VCRs; stereo equipment; CDs; speakers; keyboards; mice; PDAs; digital cameras; zip drives; telephones; cell phones; printers; copiers; laser and multifunction scanners and fax machines; microwaves; small household appliances such as toasters, mixers and blenders; and vacuum cleaners with the dust bag removed

Not accepted are large household appliances (i.e., refrigerators, washers and dryers), furniture and hazardous household waste such as batteries, car batteries, paint, pesticides, used oil, cleaning supplies, fluorescent light bulbs, water heaters and tires.

For optimal security, CEAR Inc. will shred all computer hard drives. The secure facility is monitored 24/7 by surveillance cameras.

For more information, call Harper Junior High at 530-757-5330.

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