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 Is there a charge on very large E-Waste?

Posted on Wednesday, Mar. 10, 2010

E-Waste is treated the same no matter what the size; there are no limits or extra charges depending on the size of it.

Students in the residence halls should place e-waste in the designated spot in their recycling and waste area (there should be a sign that reads "e-waste")

Faculty and staff should contact Facilities at extension 4742 or email facilities-csc@scu.edu to arrange for a pick up. If you are set up to use FAMIS, you can also submit a work order directly to Facilities.

Tags: Electronic waste

 
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