E-cycle event will benefit St. Hubert

Old computers, broken air conditioners, outdated TVs — any and all electronics will be collected at a May 11 e-cycle event that will benefit St. Hubert High School.

The public can drop off their old appliances for free curbside at the school’s Ditman Street entrance (between Cottman and Bleigh avenues).

Don’t have time to erase the data from your old laptop? The company managing the recycling event, eForce Compliance, can do that for you. Volunteers will be at the school between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. to help you drop off your stuff, and the school will receive a monetary stipend per pound of equipment collected. All proceeds will go toward the Faculty Scholarship Fund for student assistance.

Items of all sizes and in all conditions will be accepted, from household appliances all the way down to batteries.

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