Issaquah, WA – Beginning today, CleanScapes is accepting unwanted computers and electronics for charitable donation at CleanScapes’ “Rethinking Stuff” store and customer service center in Issaquah’s Gilman Village. In a new partnership, all items will be delivered to InterConnection where hard drives are erased using U.S. Department of Defense protocol. Reusable computers are refurbished and will benefit non-profit organizations and low-income families while unusable computers are recycled.
Weekly Tips | March 18, 2013
CleanScapes is accepting unwanted computers and electronics for donation at the company’s Gilman Village store.
Through a partnership between CleanScapes and Seattle-based nonprofit organization InterConnection, residents can drop off old electronics at 317 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Each donation is tax-deductible and benefits InterConnection’s technology access programs.
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