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Don't know what to do with those old and unwanted electronics? Here's an innovative way to properly dispose of your e-waste and raise money for the David Suzuki Foundation! Round-up your items and recycle them with Think Recycle!

Not only will you keep these items from entering landfill sites, you'll also be raising funds for the David Suzuki Foundation to aid in protecting nature and our quality of life, now and forever.

Think Recycle is a cost-free environmental fundraising program that will help the David Suzuki Foundation raise funds by collecting unwanted electronics, including cell phones, print cartridges, laptops, tablets and digital cameras, for responsible disposal through refurbishment, recycle and reuse.

All items are safely and responsibly processed in Canada.

How it works

  1. Visit thinkrecycle.com and register to become a member. Make sure you indicate that you are supporting the David Suzuki Foundation.
  2. Collect a minimum of 10 unwanted electronics (cell phones, print cartridges, laptops, tablets, digital cameras) and pack them in a cardboard box.
  3. Request your pre-paid shipping label, attach it to your box and send it back to Think Recycle and the funds you earn will be donated to the David Suzuki Foundation!

If you are interested in hosting a larger electronics collection event at your school, workplace or community, contact us!

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