‘Electronics Drop-off Day’ Oct. 5 will support Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities is co-sponsoring with KentuckyOne Health an electronics recycling event Oct. 5 from noon to 3 p.m. at St. Stephen Martyr Church, Hess Lane and Pindell Ave.

The event will be held in conjunction with the 10th annual Community Health and Safety Fair, according to a news release from Catholic Charities.

Electronic items that will be accepted for recycling are cables, CD-ROM drives, cellular phones, circuit boards, computer speakers, CPSs, CRT monitors, docking stations, DVD players, fax machines, hard drives, keyboards, laptop computers, LCD monitors, mainframes, mice, microwaves, modems and other items.

Items that will not be accepted are batteries, light bulbs, ballasts and appliances.

All items will be accepted free with the exception of TV’s, LCD and CRT monitors and microwaves, which will be accepted for a $5 fee. The donated material will
be recycled by EWSI Cincinnati, which operates under a zero landfill and zero export policy.

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