The California Montessori Project’s Capitol Campus is hosting an e-waste collection fundraiser on February 22nd. One of the school’s 8th grade students, Miranda, is here to tell you about this beneficial event:
In the age of technology, things move at a rapid pace. Cutting edge technology is obsolete within months of release. Have you been looking at your friend’s new gadget with envy? Are you in desperate need of a faster computer? Do you still have your last one in the garage with your other old appliances?
If so, look no further then the Free Electronics Waste Recycling Event being held on February 22nd from 9 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at California Montessori Project’s Capitol Campus, located at the former Thomas Jefferson Elementary School campus, 2635 Chestnut Hill Drive, Sacramento. CMP is a K-8 grade school with a curriculum based on the teaching method of Maria Montessori.
This event is sponsored by the California Electronic Asset Recovery (C.E.A.R.). All E-Waste collected will be processed by them at their local facility. Some acceptable items include monitors, televisions, CD and DVD players, cell phones, printer/copiers, small household appliances, and much more.