Kennesaw, GA (MMD Newswire) November 22, 2010 -- Is your garage, attic or closet filled with those old unwanted electronics and you just do not know how to properly dispose of them correctly? Most recycling centers will charge a nominal fee for you to recycle your computers, cell phones, batteries and other consumer electronics. Municipalities will host a free electronics recycling event 2-3 times per year to help residents insure the proper disposal of their obsolete goods. Now there is a place that you can take your devices and technology for free! A place where every day is an electronics recycling day!
In an effort to help our citizens become more involved in sustainability, Green2LiveClean has opened a new electronics recycling drop off center in Kennesaw, GA, across from McCollum airport. This location accepts all electronics, computers, cell phones, business equipment and more, Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 7:30 pm and Saturdays 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. All materials brought to the facility are dismantled and accumulated for further processing. Through our process we recover precious metals, plastics and other materials for the manufacturing of new products and technology. We have a zero landfill tolerance.
If you are an individual, business or other entity that has been looking for a reliable way to discard your eWaste, you can now visit our free electronics drop off center in Kennesaw, GA. The location address is:
2750 McCollum Parkway Kennesaw, GA 30144 or you can contact us at email@example.com
Green2LiveClean.com, LLC is a full service Material Recovery Facility that accepts computers, cell phones, consumer electronics, rechargeable batteries, cable scrap and electronics for small to large size businesses and government agencies.
Our facility is a 20,000 sq. ft. storage facility located in Kennesaw, GA, which is 25 minutes northwest of downtown Atlanta. The facility receives universal waste batteries and electronics for off-site recycle. There is no outdoor storage of universal waste or other outdoor operations conducted at the facility. This Plan is designed to minimize the hazards to human health and the environment from universal waste spills and other release related emergencies, as well as to meet the other requirements of 40 CFR 273 including labeling, accumulation, training and inventory control.