Oh, my good iPod was in there.
Oh, my good iPod was in there.

Enough time has passed since Christmas that you can ditch all that crap you immediately broke with your clumsy, nog-drunk hands. As you well know by now, e-waste doesn’t go in with your regular trash, unless you love the tangy taste of chemicals in your water. Instead, take them to one of the e-waste recycling events in Brooklyn in this weekend: one is at McCarren Park (Bedford Ave. at North 12 St.) on Saturday and another at Prospect Park (Prospect Park West at 3rd St.) on Sunday, both from 10am-4pm. The list of accepted items is below, which includes most things (not your fridge). 


The following working and non-working equipment is accepted:

• Computers (laptops & desktops, servers, mainframes)

• Monitors

• Printers, scanners, fax-machines, copiers

• Network devices (routers, hubs, modems, etc.)

• Peripherals (keyboards, mice, cables, cords, chargers, etc.)

• Tablets and E-readers

• Components (hard drives, CD-ROMs, circuit boards, power supplies, etc.)

• TVs, VCRs, DVRs, & DVD Players

• Digital Converter Boxes, Cable/Satellite Receivers

• Portable music players

• Audio-visual equipment

• Video-games

• Cell phones, pagers, PDAs

• Telecommunication (phones, answering machines, etc.)

They do not accept home appliances such as microwaves, refrigerators, or air conditioners.

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