Category: e-waste

  • Thanks, Spring Arbor!

    Recycling Jackson would like to give a shout out to Spring Arbor Township for allowing us to be a part of their annual clean-up day Saturday, April 15th with an eWaste drive. It was a well organized event and many Spring Arbor residents took advantage of it.

  • Spring Arbor Rocks!

    Many thanks to the students of Spring Arbor University Business Club who generously donated their time May 10 to help Recycling Jackson with it’s eWaste Collection Day. The hardworking students were a big help and a big contributor to the success of this yearly event. We would also like to give a shout out to…

  • Spring e-waste drive May 7

    Get ready: it’s our first big e-waste drive with Sam’s Club of the year. It’s taking place Saturday, May 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sam’s Club in Jackson. And as a special extra, CP Federal Credit Union is offering a shredding truck to shred your personal and confidential documents. Download our flyer…

  • Spring Arbor University recycling day

    Recycling Jackson will provide electronic waste (e-waste) recycling services at Spring Arbor University’s Green Community Day. Join us, as well as Sam’s Club and Emmons (who are providing other recycling services), this Saturday, March 26 from noon to 3 p.m. for an exciting green day at SAU.

  • Post-holiday recycling

    Get a nifty gadget under your Christmas tree? It’s a good idea to recycle the old version. Recycling Jackson will be open on Saturday, Jan. 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We’ll be taking the usual recyclable materials, as well as e-waste – which means you can recycle that old not-so-flatscreen TV. And now…

  • Summer e-waste drive totals

    We had a great turnout for our summer e-waste drive as a part of the Jackson Community Recycling Day. All-told, we collected 18,595 lbs. of electronics, including 11,800 lbs. of TVs; 2,500 lbs. of PC monitors; 2,500 lbs. of PCs; 1,700 lbs. of miscellaneous materials. That’s more than nine tons of e-waste that won’t go…

  • Recycle e-waste with Gazelle

    Gazelle, says the New York Times, is a way to recycle your electronic waste (e-waste) and get some money back for your gadgets. Rik Fairlie writes: Gazelle resells most of the items customers send in and uses recycling as a last resort so that fewer products land in landfills. Here’s how it works: Go to…

  • Help us recycle your batteries

    Recycling Jackson continues to receive large quantities of alkaline batteries. They are expensive to recycle because of their weight and small size. We believe we are the only location in town that actually recycles the batteries that you drop off. If you are using another location for this service, inquire as to what they do…