Louisville’s Green Triangle electronics recycling
Published on Jun 27th, 2012 by
ECO-CELL Program Funds Louisville Sustainability Projects
ECO-CELL is a small business located in Louisville’s Ninth Metro Council District, currently represented by Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh. The office of Councilwoman Ward-Pugh provides support for the district’s Green Triangle — a community-guided sustainability initiative.
From the Louisville Green Triangle website:
The Green Triangle is partnering with Eco-Cell, a local business in the 9th District, to recycle handheld electronics to benefit the Green Triangle. For each item donated, materials will be kept out of the landfill and the Green Triangle will receive funds to make our community more sustainable.
Acceptable items include: cell phones, cell phone accessories, digital cameras, iPods and MP3 players, handheld game systems, GPS handheld units, laptops, e-readers and portable hard drives. All cords and related items can also be recycled.
This e-cycling program will help fund sustainability initiatives like:
- Rain Gardens
- Downspout Removal
- Expanded Recycling
- Bicycle Transportation
For updates on the Program and a list of drop-off locations
Download a flyer: Green Triangle 8.5 x 11 Flyer (PDF)