Senator Rich Funke partners with Sunnking to host free & open-to-the-public event; Portion of recycling proceeds to support Bishop Kearney
Senator Rich Funke will host a free electronics recycling event, facilitated by Sunnking, Inc., at Bishop Kearney High School this Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Residents seeking to dispose of unwanted computers, televisions, and small appliances can drop-off and property recycle their unused household electronics at this drive-through collection event, free of charge.
“Have old household electronics laying around that you want to get rid of? Join me at Bishop Kearney on Saturday morning to properly recycle those items at no cost and for a good cause,” said Funke. “Volunteers from Bishop Kearney will be there to help, so you won’t even need to get out of the car. Best of all, a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit the students at Bishop Kearney. Thanks as well to Sunnking and Time Warner Cable for making this event possible.”
Funke’s electronics recycling event is free and open to the public. The drive-through style collection will be held at Bishop Kearney High School, 125 Kings Hwy S, Rochester, NY 14617. For a list of acceptable items, please visit www.sunnking.com/consumer-business/acceptable-materials. Volunteers from Bishop Kearney will assist in processing the items and a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the bulk recycling materials will be donated to Bishop Kearney.
Sunnking, Inc. provides asset management and recovery services to residents, businesses and government organizations. Sunnking has created a free and convenient network of permanent drop-off sites and one day collection events for residents and businesses throughout the Northeastern United States. All hard drives and personal information will be handled in a sensitive nature to ensure that all personal data is either wiped or physically destroyed.
Time Warner Cable is a supporting sponsor.