Have a bunch of old computers, TVs, phones and other outdated electronics taking up space in your home? Don’t let them go to waste – recycle them properly at the upcoming Community Recyling Clean Up Event on Saturday, March 23rd.

From 9am to 3pm, LA City Councilmember Heather Hutt is hosting a free drive-through recycling event in partnership with LA Sanitation & Public Works and Shred-It USA. It’s the perfect opportunity to responsibly get rid of unwanted electronics and e-waste.

Simply drive up and workers will unload your old electronics like computers, monitors, printers, TVs, DVD players, cell phones and more to be recycled safely and efficiently. Recycling e-waste prevents harmful materials like lead and mercury from being released into the environment.

While you’re there, you can also shred and discard up to two 33-gallon bags of confidential documents per customer from 9am to 12:30pm. After 12:30pm, no more shredding will be accepted.

The event will be held at 3800 Crenshaw Blvd in Los Angeles, right in front of the Sentinel Newspaper building. The line for vehicles will start at Bronson & Coliseum St. This is a residential-only event, so bring proof of LA residency.

Don’t miss this convenient chance to clear out all your unused tech and e-waste clutter! Join us at the Community Recyling Clean Up Event on March 23rd and recycle responsibly.

This information is being provided as a courtesy to the community and is not an endorsement by the West Adams Neighborhood Council.

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