virtualbeas

Free Geek Chicago may be able to take some of your computing materials. They are a community organization that takes donations and either fixes them up for resale or recycles them. Free Geek also gives community members an opportunity to do volunteer computer training and repair in exchange for a computer. http://freegeekchicago.org/

Lindsay Bayley

The May Wicker Park & Bucktown Community SHREDDING AND E-RECYCLING DAY, sponsored by WPB SSA #33, will take place Saturday, May 11th, from 10am - 12pm in the Jewel/Kmart Parking lot on Ashland (just 1 block north of Division Street).
http://www.wickerparkbucktown.com/events-chamber/community-shredding-and-e-recycling-day-may-2013

12thWard

If you live in the City of Chicago you are able to bring old Televisions, Computers, and any other electronic device to the Household Chemicals & Computer Recycling Facility- 1150 N Branch Street. The facility is open for drop-offs on the following days only:

Tuesdays (7 am – 12 pm)
Thursdays (2- 7 pm)
The first Saturday of every month (8 am – 3 pm)
If a holiday falls on any of the above days, the facility will not be open.
for more information on other items accepted by this facility or any other additional information please visit http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdph/supp_info/hccrf/household_chemicalscomputerrecyclingfacilityoverview.html

virtualbeas

Free Geek Chicago may be able to take some of your computing materials. They are a community organization that takes donations and either fixes them up for resale or recycles them. Free Geek also gives community members an opportunity to do volunteer computer training and repair in exchange for a computer. http://freegeekchicago.org/

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