Teach Kids Responsible Recycling at the Museum’s E-Cycling Event in April

science museumDo you and your kids have lots of outdated, broken, worn, and unused electronic devices? What do you do with them?

The Science Museum of Virginia knows exactly what to do! Bring them to their April E-Cycling event through April 30, 2013 between 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

April is E-Cycle month at the Museum, benefitting VirginiaFIRST. Drop off your unwanted electronic devices including computers, mp3s, smart phones, cell phones, televisions and other electronics for recycling. They accept broken and working equipment, batteries, cables and chargers, or anything else.

All device data will be wiped to DOD standards and it’s free.

This is a good opportunity to teach kids about responsible recycling and repurposing of electronic devices. And it helps keep potentially hazardous materials out of landfills and polluting our environment.

Thanks to the Science Museum of Virginia for making it easier for us to recycle electronics. And while you’re there, don’t miss Raise the Roof and other great events and exhibits!