NYC E-Waste Pickups Expand to Brooklyn
Recently, our editor in chief wrote about a free e-waste pickup program put into effect in New York this month by The 4th Bin. Considering that the city threw out some 250,000 tons of electronic waste in 2005, it’s an important and much-needed service. There was only one hitch with the initial plan: the pickups were limited to Manhattan. This morning, however, the 4th Bin announced that it will begin servicing NYC’s most populous borough later this month. Brooklynites and Manhattanites looking to safely dispose of any unwanted or outdated electronic equipment can schedule a pick-up online using this form. But don’t procrastinate: the deadline for signing up is January 15.
Previously: Recycle Your E-Waste in Manhattan—For Free