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Habitat for Humanity Chicago South Suburbs is announcing their new partnership with Vintage Tech Recyclers. The Chicago Heights Habitat for Humanity ReStore has informed local businesses of their new drop-off opportunity for old, used electronics.
CHICAGO, IL (Catholic Online) - Residents are being encouraged to recycle their unwanted electronics by dropping them off at the Chicago Heights ReStore (180 W. Joe Orr Road, Chicago Heights). Donations will be accepted on the following hours of operation: Wednesday-Friday from 10am - 6pm, Saturday from 9am - 4pm, and Sunday from 9am - 3pm.
Throughout the upcoming months, Habitat for Humanity will be offering these services up and down the state, with this being the first collection event in Illinois.
"Electronics Recycling is a service that the community needs," said David Tracy, Executive Director. "We are excited to launch this partnership with Vintage Tech Recyclers from Romeoville Il., who is the service provider. Vintage Tech Recyclers, Inc is an R2/ISO 14001 and WBENC Certified company who has partnered with manufactures that will be funding the recycling cost for Habitat for Humanity ReStore.
On April 29th, from 10am - 6pm, the ReStore will be hosting off their kickoff collection event and again on April 30th from 9am - 4pm. Habitat ReStore is located at 180 W. Joe Orr Road in Chicago Heights, IL.
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