Can you believe we are already half way through March? That means we are also half way through Fraud Prevention Month, and we have been out at some great events, with more to come!
Electronic Recycling Association and the Kwantlen Student Association offer responsible disposal of e-waste
Surrey, BC – In recognition of the start of a new school year, the Kwantlen Student Association (KSA) has partnered with the Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) to host an electronics collection and data destruction event for students, residents and businesses of Surrey, BC. Individuals are invited to bring in unwanted electronic equipment (e-waste) to be confidentially recycled. ERA will have an AmeriShred hard drive shredder onsite to physically destroy hard drives. The KSA’s REBOOT computer repair service will on-site offering advice for repairable computers.
The Electronic Recycling Association has launched a fundraising program for charities to earn cash for collecting electronic equipment
Calgary, AB (May 26, 2015) – The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) has launched a new fundraising program that will help local charities by compensating them for collecting unwanted electronic equipment.
Why: This program aims to give organizations the opportunity to earn cash for collecting unwanted electronics while keeping these toxic items out of landfills and helping ERA continue to provide less fortunate Canadians with tech equipment.
FUTURE ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS PITCH IN FOR PROGRESS
Electronic Recycling Association and Mount Royal University’s Leaders for Environmental Awareness and Protection club plan a week-long awareness campaign
The Electronic Recycling Association is pleased to announce our first university e-waste collection of 2015, happening this month.
We Challenge YOU to Donate Old Electronics!
The ERA is hosting a collection drive at Westbrook Mall on September 12th and 13th 2014. Get rid of items taking up space in your basements and closets and donate old electronics to ERA for recycling or reuse.