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Adonai Partnering with Ease E-Waste

Raise money for Adonai, a non-profit organization, by recycling your electronic waste (e-waste) at the Sam's Club in San Bernardino on Saturday, April 12th. This special event provides a tremendous opportunity for the entire city of San Bernardino and surrounding communities to properly dispose of obsolete monitors, televisions, computers, printers, copiers, fax machines and cell phones.

This free collection event will be held between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Consumers can drop off their obsolete consumer electronics at the ease e-waste truck that will be at the Sam's Club parking lot located at 1055 E. Harriman Place.

Adonai is partnering with ease e-waste, a California EPA certified company specializing in the collection and recycling of electronic waste. This joint effort increases awareness about the importance of recycling and provides an easy and cost-free way for consumers to properly dispose of their electronics.

Most consumers recognize that the effects of hazardous materials in electronics can best be combated by recycling. The act of recycling prevents the potential contamination of water resources and helps preserve the earth's environment. The public's desire to participate in the responsible disposal of their consumer electronics has been answered with e-waste collection events sponsored by ease e-waste.

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