Dispose of unwanted electronics while benefitting the Police Activities League
The Minneapolis Police Activities League, in partnership with TechDump, is sponsoring a free electronics recycling event on Sept. 28 to help City employees and their families responsibly dispose of unwanted electronics.
By dropping off your unwanted electronics at this event, you’ll be helping raise funds for Police Activities League (PAL) activities. PAL is a youth crime prevention program that uses educational, athletic and recreational activities to build trust and understanding between police officers and youth. Tech Dump is a bonded and licensed electronics recycler.
Free electronics recycling event
Saturday, Sept. 28
8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
4119 Dupont Ave. N., Minneapolis
Electronics that will be accepted free of charge
- DVDs and VCR players
- Cell phones and PDAs
- Computers, laptops and accessories
- Fax machines and printers
- Stereo equipment and speakers
- Game consoles and accessories
- Flat panel TVs and monitors
- Any electronic item with a battery or cord (no appliances)
Note: CRTs and TVs that are 25” or smaller will be accepted for a $10 fee.
Visit techdump.org/Minneapolis-Pal or call 763-432-3117.
Published Sep. 18, 2013