[NHDOE-ETNews] ET News: Free Courses and Recylcing Old Technology
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Thu Sep 18 11:30:58 EDT 2014
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ITEM: Free Courses and Recylcing Old Technology
Start Recycling Technology and Earn Money for New Technology
Digital Wish has a great Recycle Forward program. Set up a drop location for used ink cartridges, cell phones, and computer equipment. All you need to do is post a drop box in the lobby, and tell the community. Mailing labels are 100% free. It takes 5 minutes to get set up, we send you flyers, and your school will earn cash for new technology. You can even download fill-in-the-blank flyers, press release templates, website banners, and art. Everything you need is right here: http://www.recycleforwardnow.org
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