Computer Roundups Coming in March

by Press Release-Burlington County | Feb 26, 2006
Computer Roundups Coming in March Burlington County will hold free Computer Roundups for county residents on Saturday, March 4th in Mount Laurel and Saturday, March 25th in Lumberton from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The roundup in Mount Laurel will be held at the township’s Public Works facility, 100 Mount Laurel Road. The roundup in Lumberton will be held at the township’s Public Works yard, 34 Municipal Drive.

Residents may bring in unwanted computer hard drives and monitors (up to six), keyboards, modems, printers, fax machines, VCRs and cell phones. No equipment from businesses or non-profit organizations will be accepted.

At the county’s 10 roundups last year, more than 2,000 residents participated and a total of more than 170,000 pounds of equipment were collected. This is the County’s first computer roundup in 2006.

A map of the drop-off locations is available on the county website at Residents can contact the Burlington County Recycling Office for more information at (609) 499-1001.


Author: Press Release-Burlington County


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