4THBIN-PS 29 Rummage Sale-Neighborhood recycling event

PS 29 Rummage Sale - Neighborhood Recycling Event

Clothing Sale and Electronic Recycling
Drop-off Event

We are excited to announce our collaboration with PS 29 for an electronic recycling event! The event is open to the public and serves as a great opportunity to securely and sustainably dispose of old electronics.

Join us on April 10th to recycle end-of-life electronics during Earth Month! We hope to see you there!

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Date: April 10th, 2022
Time: 10am - 3pm
Location: PS 29 Schoolyard 425 Henry St., Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Event Date
Event Time
10am-3pm
Location

PS 29 @ 425 Henry St.

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