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The annual Mac Outpost Recycling Event

It’s almost that time of year again! On Friday 27 May and Saturday 28 May, our store at 152 Wharncliffe Road South will be holding the annual Mac Outpost Recycling Event. 

Feel free to drop off all your unwanted computer equipment for safe and environmentally friendly recycling. You know that broken printer that you have that is cheaper to replace than repair, that old monitor from a computer you last used fifteen years ago? Bring them down to us and we will see that they are disposed of properly! We all have a box in the basement where we collect old mice and damaged keyboards, cables that we thought that we might need one day, old floppy disks that are of no use… Now is the opportunity to get rid of these items! We will gladly accept computers, monitors, laptops, printers, scanners, TVs and more… Best of all, recycling of all your unwanted computer equipment is free!

Do you have old hard drives with private or confidential information on them? Perhaps you have kept hard drives form old computers or from past repairs and do not know what to do with them. You may have drives with tax information, business records, family photos etc. that need more than just simple recycling. We can offer secure destruction of these drives and see that they are destroyed by hand and under inspection, making sure that the data is destroyed permanently and that the drives are properly recycled. $19.99 per drive will give you the peace of mind that the drives and data have been destroyed.

Stop in and see us this weekend! 

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