On Friday, April 25, Hudson Hospital & Clinic will partner with Tech Dump, an electronics recycling nonprofit, to collect unwanted electronics (gently used, obsolete, or damaged) from noon – 4 p.m. located near the Emergency Center parking area behind the hospital.
The hospital’s Green Team is hosting the event and will have volunteers on hand to assist participants with their electronics recycling needs. Bring computers, cell phones, electrical cords, internal/external drives, other misc. electronic accessories, TVs, and monitors ($15-45 fee for CRT TVs and monitors—non-flat panels—see TechDump.org for more info). Tech Dump will destroy all information and data at their facility in Golden Valley. Tech Dump is a Minnesota and Hennepin County licensed electronics recycler. To find out more and for a list of accepted items, visit their website at TechDump.org/Hudson.
“The electronics recycling event is another example of our Hudson Hospital & Clinic focused efforts on sustainability and community outreach. We invite the community to participate in this event and support Hudson’s ecofriendly efforts,” says Sarah Stockman, Green Team member and manager, Medical Laboratory, Hudson Hospital & Clinic.
Visit TechDump.org/Hudson for more information about the event.