Our season of collection events with Toronto Public Library concludes this year on Saturday September 8, 10am-2pm. The last event is at Eatonville branch located at 430 Burnhamthorpe Rd. Drop off your old computers, TV’s, cellphones!
Event season is here! Every Saturday we’ll be visiting a different library branch to collect your old electronics. This Saturday we’ll be in the east-end of the city at Jones Library. On April 21, we’ll be visiting Barbary Frum Library (Bathurst & Lawrence Ave.), followed by Don Mills Library (Don Mills & Lawrence) on April … Continue reading Spring Events
Drop off your small electronics at one of our permanent collection sites: Swansea Town Hall 95 Lavinia Ave. Monday – Friday 8am-10pm Saturday 8am-5pm Scadding Court Community Centre 707 Dundas St. West Monday – Friday 8:30am-9:30pm Saturday 9am-5pm
We’re about halfway through our Toronto Public Library events. They’ve been incredibly successful so far! Each community has been so welcoming and friendly. Thank you to everyone who has dropped off items for recycling. We look forward to meeting more of you as we continue visiting the diverse communities! Upcoming events
Come out to a community collection and learn about electronic waste! Year three of community events with the Toronto Public Library’s “Our Fragile Planet” program continues. Find the branch most convenient for you to dispose of your waste electronics. List of accepted items: Accepted items pdf Library Locations: (select branch for more details) Northern District … Continue reading Events
With the rapid advancement of technology, electronic products have an increasingly rapid replacement rate. Electronic products are often inappropriately disposed of into the waste stream where they end up in landfill potentially harming the environment, as well as wasting valuable resources. Dropping off your used electronics for recycling ensures: Your e-waste is diverted from the … Continue reading Electronic Recycling
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iRecycle Computers delivers consulting and material management schemes to ensure high-standard organizations are compliant with industry and government regulations. The company is committed to diverting electronic products from going to landfill and has supported Inorganic Market community events since 2007. ADL Process is an Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) provincially certified processor based in Toronto for … Continue reading Community Partners