Sallal Grange hosts free recycling event Jan. 14

  • Friday, January 6, 2017 11:03am
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Did you get a new laptop or game console for Christmas? Clear some space on your shelf by dropping off your old tech at the Sallal Grange Community Center during the Grange’s free recycling event.

Collection is from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 14 at the Grange Hall, 2912 432nd Ave. S.E., North Bend.

The types of items accepted has changed; consult for the latest information.

Items that can be dropped off for recycling include: LCD monitors only; computers, servers, desktops, laptops, and tablets; computer parts and accessories; software and games; printers but no ink or toner; scanners and copiers; power tools; cell phones; RC vehicles; cameras and camcorders; small appliances; stereo equipment; CD, DVD, and Blu-ray players and media; video game consoles and media; cables and wires.

The event will no longer accept any televisions of any kind, no refrigerators and no air conditioning units.

CRT monitors, speakers with wooden cases, VHS tapes, light bulbs and batteries are also not acceptable.

All cell phones donated during this event will be given to Verizon’s Hopeline program which connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources and funds organizations nationwide. Learn more at

The Sallal Grange a North Bend nonprofit organization devoted to supporting the community.

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