Recycling Fair

Recycling Fair!

2020 Recycling Fair: Hosted by Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations
Sunday, April 26, 2020, 10am-3pm
Emerson Elementary parking lot, 2101 Campbell Rd. La Crosse.

Electronics Recycling by Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations ($10/any amount small electronics; $15/TV or Monitor)

Paper document shredding by Harter’s Data Destruction

Used children’s car seat recycling by Gundersen Health System

Bring Food Donations to Benefit WAFER

What to recycle:

Document shredding – Sponsored by Harter’s Data Destruction  (All of their equipment & personnel and their collection, hauling, and shredding processes are NAID (National Association for Information Destruction) AAA certified and routinely audited by NAID to certify adherence to strict industry standards to ensure that all records are secure and information contained in the paper records is kept secure through the collection and destruction process).
  • Tax records
  • Bank statements
  • Checks
  • Other confidential documents
Recycle small electronics, $10 flat fee (any quantity), $15 fee per TV/monitor– Sponsored by Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations.
Household items only! No business equipment collection at this event!
  • Stereos
  • DVD & VCR players
  • VHS Cassettes are accepted–**disregard them in the non-accepted items in the link below**
  • $15 per TV/monitor. Intact TVs only (no TVs will be accepted that have been opened and/or partially salvaged. Up to two TV’s or monitors per household).
  • No appliances, thermostats, or smoke detectors.
Used children’s car seats–Sponsored by Gundersen Health System.

Bring non-perishable item(s) for WAFER food pantry.
Receive another chance to win Grand Green Prize when you participate!

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4 thoughts on “Recycling Fair

  1. I’m wondering if I can bring in VHS Cassette Tapes. When I click on the link above, “Electonics Recycling Accepted Items,” VHS Cassette Tapes show up under both Accepted and Not Accepted items. Thanks!

    • Hi Dan,

      Sorry for the confusion–I asked Dynamic and they can indeed accept VHS cassettes! I will make a note on the website.

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