E-Clutter for Kids

E-Clutter for Kids

A recycl-a-thon to benefit treatment scholarships for Beaumont's Center for Speech and Language Disorders

Bring your e-waste to recycle and help us assist families in need. Donate all year long at Statewide Recycling and Recovery, located at 40251 Schoolcraft in Plymouth, Mich. Phone: 734-453-0600. 

 

Items accepted include:

  • audio/visual equipment
  • back-up batteries
  • car batteries
  • cell phones
  • coaxial cables
  • computer components
  • computer mouse
  • computers
  • copiers
  • digital cameras
  • dvd players
  • fax machines
  • ferrous and non-ferrous metals
  • gas stoves
  • keyboards
  • lithium batteries
  • misc. computer peripherals
  • mp3 players
  • pagesr
  • palm pilots
  • power cables
  • power supplies
  • printers
  • projectors
  • rechargeable batteries
  • refrigerators
  • scanners
  • server cabinets
  • speakers
  • steel and alloy rims
  • stereo equipment
  • steel scrap
  • swing sets/bikes
  • telephone systems and equipment
  • toner cartridges
  • unbroken monitors
  • vacuum cleaners
  • vcrs
  • video game systems
  • walkmans
  • washer/dryers
  • wire
  • wireless devices

E-Clutter Year Round Drop Off*TVs will not be accepted.

To date, E-Clutter for Kids has raised $20,000 resulting in more than 200 specialized treatments for children with speech and language disorders whose families qualify for treatment scholarships at Beaumont.

If you would like to make a contribution in support of treatment scholarships at Beaumont's Center for Speech and Language Disorders, simply click here, then type in "speech and language pathology" in the Other Programs box on the donor form. We appreciate your support! 

Go green and support children in need!

Contact Katie Groves at 248-551-3609 or via email at katherine.groves@beaumont.edu with any questions. Statewide Recycling and Recovery is located at 40251 Schoolcraft Road in Plymouth, MI and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.


2012 Recap

Thank you to everyone who supported the 2012 E-Clutter for Kids Recyclathon.

2011 Recap