ElectroRecycle comes to Delta markets on weekend

Learn about a Lower ainland not-for-profit while also getting rid of ome clutter in your home a pair of upcoming armers'markets.

ElectroRecycle is a small ppliance and power toolecycling program, which ecycles more than 300 roducts at 197 depots round the province.

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At farmers markets such as the Tsawwassen Farmers Market today and the North Delta Farmers Market on Sunday, their goals are twofold: to educate consumers about the program and let them know where the nearest depots are, and to provide a free collection service for anyone who wishes to bring them their small appliances or power tools to be recycled.

It is this latter point that ElectroRecycle tries to emphasize, as it is a great opportunity for people to get rid of clutter and get involved in the program.

The Tsawwassen Farmers Market runs from 3 to 7 p. m. today at the corner of 12th Avenue and 53A Street.

The North Delta Farmers Market runs Sunday from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. at the North Delta Recreation Centre.

To find out what ElectroRecycle accepts or for more information check out: www.electrorecycle. ca.

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