PRLog - Aug. 21, 2012 - BURBANK, Calif. -- Woodland Hills, CA August 21, 2012 : GREENspot DROPoff, Inc. and California based Motion Picture & Television Fund team up to hold an e-waste collection event on Friday, August 24, 2012 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at its Wasserman Campus. Started in 1921, The Motion Picture & Television Fund is a primary resource for care and services, exclusively for the union and non-union entertainment community.
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For each eligible item recycled at the event, GREENspot DROPoff will donate $1 to the MPTF. Eligible items include computers, monitors, laptops, flat screens and televisions.
“We’re proud to offer free e-waste recycling services to our communities, while supporting great organizations such as the MPTF. " - Mike Wachtel, President of GREENspot.
According to the EPA, e-waste is the fastest growing waste stream in America and accounts for about 70% of our hazardous waste. To combat the growing problem, GREENspot DROPoff, Inc. has partnered with BAN (Basel Action Network) compliant recyclers. BAN regulations are by far the strictest in the industry, requiring recyclers to process all e-waste material domestically and maintain a zero landfill policy.
GREENspot DROPoff will be at MPTF’s Wasserman Campus from 8:30am to 1:30pm located at:
23388 Mulholland Drive
Woodland Hills, CA 91302
Bring Your Old Electronics:
Tape & Zip Drives
Cables & Cords
Ink & Laser Cartridges
To locate the year round drop off facilities, GREENspot DROPoff has a simple to use website. Simply go to http://www.greenspotdropoff.org and type in your zip code. That will direct you to your closest GREENspot.
To learn more about The Motion Picture Television Fund visit http://www.mptvfund.org/