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Electronics Recycler Program in Kentucky



Program Details:
Company: Sunset Recycling
Address: 1333 Christy Avenue
Louisville , KY 40204
County: USA
Program Type: National Program
Services: • Recycling
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Web Address: http://www.sunsetrecycling.com
Items Accepted: Inkjet Recycling, Laser Cartridge Recycling, Cell Phone Recycling, Fundraising Sunset Recycling provides inkjet recycling, laser cartridge recycling, and cell phone recycling services that can be used as a fundraiser for schools, non-profits, and any fundraising organization. Helping to preserve our environment, Sunset Recycling pays you cash for used inkjets, laser cartridges and cell phones. Sunset Recycling provides FREE SHIPPING NATIONWIDE and FREE CARTRIDGE PICK-UP SERVICE in the Louisville, Kentucky Metro area. We Pay You Up To: $ 5.20 for recycling inkjet cartridges. $20.20 for recycling laser cartridges. $40.20 for recycling cell phones.
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Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM EST
Other Information: Sunset Recycling's fundraiser recycling program enables your school or non-profit organization to generate revenue by recycling empty inkjets, laser jet cartridges and cell phones. Non-profit & school organizations, teams, or clubs can use their existing network of supporters to encourage participation in fundraising for their specific cause, event or group. We can provide promotional letters and marketing materials to help promote the fundraising effort to reach the group�s supporters. Your organization collects inkjet, lasers & cell phones and also recruits donors for recycling. We will pick up the cartridges at your school, business or from your donors� locations. Each month that we receive a shipment, you will receive a check the following month. It couldn�t be easier to fundraise and help the environment.
Quantity Accepted: All Quantities

Last Updated: May 08, 2008


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