Electronics Fundraiser 2023
Merrimack Rotary Hosts the 2023 Electronics Recycling Fundraiser on June 3 at Merrimack Town Hall from 8am to Noon
MERRIMACK, NH -  The Merrimack Rotary Club will host an Electronics Recycling Fundraiser on Saturday, June 3, 2023 from 8am - 12pm at the Merrimack Town Hall. The proceeds to support scholarships and community projects.

Recycling as easy as 1, 2, 3!
(1) Drive up.
(2) Pay donation recycling fee.
(3) Drop off. No need to get out of the car – we unload!

ANYTHING ELECTRONIC! ~ Unused business or household electronics ~ Working or Non-Working ~ Items or Parts
Fee schedule as follows:
Telephones, Smartboards, Cables, Hard-Drivers (if pre-removed from computers), Handheld Video Games, Small speakers, Calculators, Answering Machines, Keyboards, Mice -- $5
Radios, Stereos, CD/DVD/Blue Ray, Modems, Cameras, Electronic Typewriters, Cell Phones, Tablets, or iPads -- $10
Computers, Laptops, Projectors, Fax machines, Copiers, Printers, Servers, Vacuums, Game Consoles, VCRs -- $20
Televisions under 27”, Monitors, Flat Screens under 27”, Dehumidifiers, Microwaves, Large Speakers -- $25
Tube TVs, TVs 27” and over, Air Conditioners -- $35
TV or Stereo Wood Consoles & Projection TVs, Very Large Speakers -- $50
DO NOT bring for disposal: smoke detectors, oils, paints, thinners, batteries, tires, items containing mercury-such as fluorescent, CFL light bulbs and other types of light bulbs, thermometers, capacitors, ballasts, or any other hazardous waste, toxic waste or unlisted items. 
Guaranteed: A 95% recycling rate. Components disassembled and RECYCLED and, most importantly, not ending up in landfills. Data-destruction/protection ensured.

Cash, credit cards, or checks payable to: “Merrimack Rotary Club

Proceeds support: Scholarships and community projects.

Please note: The Rotary Club of Merrimack hereby reserves the legal right to refuse to accept any item deemed by the Club, in its sole discretion, to be objectionable, beyond the scope of acceptance, excessive in nature, non-conforming in nature or refused by the associated disposal company which may be presented for electronic disposal during the Club's fundraising event and it is also the sole responsibility and financial liability of any such donating party to completely remove any such unaccepted object(s) from the donation site immediately upon refusal of acceptance by the Club.

For more information, contact Wolf von Schoen (603)943-1614 or Chris Christensen (603)424-2542; Email: merrimackrotary@gmail.com

Founded in 1971, the Rotary Club of Merrimack is a volunteer organization of business people and professionals supporting the community. Merrimack Rotary projects have included the Roger Duhamel Pavilion at Watson Park, scholarships, reconstruction of Kids' Kove Playground, the Merrimack July Fourth festivities, the Rotary 4-Way Speech Contest, Interact Club, lighting at Reeds Ferry fields and more. The club works with other clubs on international projects like eradication of polio, Pure Water for the World, and hurricane relief in Honduras. Rotary Club of Merrimack also has an annual recognition of the three premiere Gold Award winners for the Green & White Mountain Council of the GSA and bestowing annual individual awards to the two Daniel Webster Council's best Scouts who earned the Eagle Scout of the Year & the Glenn & Melinda Adams Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year. www.merrimackrotary.org.