Documents will be shredded and electronics collected for recycling on Saturday, June 30 in the parking lot of the A.B. Bonds Administration Building, 275 Eastland Road, on the campus of Baldwin Wallace University. Please note this new location.
The shred fest will run 9 a.m. to noon or until the truck is full. Documents will be shredded on site.
The electronics roundup will accept items from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or until the truck is full. These items will be accepted: computers, speakers, stereo equipment, video games and systems, microwaves, computer cables, servers, printers, cameras, DVD players, Li-ion batteries, fax machines, camcorders, CD players, computer parts, any phone system, flat screen monitors, keyboards, copiers, cell phones, floppy discs, power supplies, electronic cables, mice, scanners, Palm equipment, AC adaptors and toner and ink cartridges.
No TVs or CRT monitors will be accepted.
Hard drives will be shredded on site for $10 each.
Outdated prescription medicines can be dropped off and will be disposed of by Southwest General Health Center. Eyeglasses and eyeglass cases will be donated to Lions International to be distributed to needy communities worldwide.
The shred fest and electronics roundup are co-sponsored by the City of Berea and the Rotary Club of Berea. The event is free but donations will be accepted to support Rotary projects such as scholarships for Berea-Midpark and Olmsted Falls High Schools and Polaris Career Center students, support for youth sports and support for area food pantries.