E-Waste Round Up - Arvest Ballpark

NWA E-Waste Roundup

Washington County Environmental Affairs & Boston Mountain Solid Waste District are going to host the Northwest Arkansas E-Waste Roundup.  This event will be an opportunity for residents, business, non-profits and schools to dispose of their old electronics for free.  All items collected will be sent to UNICOR to be dismantled and recycled.

We do need volunteers to help with the collection of the e-waste brought in.

The event will be April 15-17th at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale. 

I have attached the Volunteers Needed and Business Fliers if you know anyone that would be interested in participating in the event of volunteering please forward these to them.

Thank you,

Robyn Reed
Environmental Affairs Director
Washington County, Arkansas
479.444.1725
www.co.washington.ar.us/EnvironmentalAffairs

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hey John Coleman

You did a wonderful job.keep it up

namita

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