Seaside Electronic Recycling Fair: April 13th

Join Seaside United Methodist Church on Saturday, April 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m as they will be hosting the third Seaside Electronic Recycling Fair (SERF) in the church’s parking lot. SERF is held in cooperation with Southern Environmental Solutions of the Carolinas of Peachland, NC. Don’t miss your opportunity to get rid of any unwanted items that have a plug and/or a battery AND at the same time help out our environment. This is a free event although if you wish, canned food donations will be gratefully accepted to help stock the Seaside United Methodist Food Pantry shelves.

This is the third SERF for Seaside United Methodist Church and so far over TEN tons of electronic goods have been kept out of landfills and repurposed into useable goods.   This recycling fair is for electronic goods only so look in your garage and cupboards and identify unwanted electronics that you just don’t know what to do with. SERF is the solution! SERF will accept all of your unwanted electronic goods and recycle any item that has a cord or an electronic pulse. This means if you can plug the item into anything or it has a battery, please bring it – whether it works or not – big or small – we take it all. Just a few examples of items that will be acceptable are toasters, lamps, radios, TVs, VCRs, monitors, printers, computers, holiday lights, radios, extension cords, power cords, phones, computer mouse, refrigerators, coffee makers, electric toothbrushes, earbuds, clocks, batteries, etc. All goods donated at SERF will be recycled; nothing will end up in the landfill. Help Mother Earth while cleaning your home of unwanted electronics.

Start looking around your house NOW and bring your outdated, unused, and unloved electronic devices or appliances (whether they work or not) to Seaside United Methodist Church, 1300 Seaside Road SW, Sunset Beach, NC on Saturday, April 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

This is a free service; however, food pantry donations will be gratefully accepted. If you have any questions, about what might be acceptable to recycle, call Southern Environmental Solutions of the Carolinas 704.272.0154; they will have all the answers.

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