Household Electronics Recycling Day Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Unitarian Church North, 13800 N. Port Washington Rd. Rear Parking Lot Each year millions of pounds of electronic waste (e-waste) enters our nation’s landfills and America’s appetite for electronics continues to grow. Hazardous and toxic materials contained in these electronics often contaminate Earth and pose a human health threat unless recycled and handled properly. This is what this recycling event aims to do – responsibly recycle your electronics – break them down for scrap metal, erase and reuse the newer hard drives, and supply rebuildable machines to charities. No electronics collected will be sold to overseas parties or brokers. This event is for residential electronics only (no business equipment) and has no geographical restrictions. Items accepted include: TVs, computers (and peripherals: keyboard, mouse, speakers, etc.), monitors, cordless and cell phones, iPods, printers (including ink and toner), scanners, fax machines, stereos, old holiday lights, extension cords, PDAs, clock radios, and other consumer electronics. Items NOT accepted include: microwaves, dehumidifiers, and other larger appliances, batteries, and light bulbs. The cost will be a $10 per car DONATION (single household) plus $10 for each TV (no charge for PC or laptop monitors). More information at: Unitarian Church North, 262-375-3890, www.ucnorth.org.