Tons of electronics recycled at 36OFCU event
WINDSOR LOCKS, CT (October 6, 2014) –The public was invited to bring their outdated electronic items to the Credit Union for free recycling. And bring them they did. A total of 5,467 pounds of electronics was recycled. This equates to 2.48 tons!
“We want to thank FEW.R Corporation, our partner for the event; and the Windsor Locks Boy & Girl Scouts, who volunteered their time, said Carissa Pape, 360’s Business Development Officer. “We look forward to holding another electronics recycling event in 2015.”
In the enclosed photo, Windsor Locks Boy Scouts are shown with FEW.R Founder and CEO William Macca and FEW.R staff; Carissa Pape; and Karen Bauer, 360FCU Executive Vice President.
FEW.R (Free E-Waste Recycling)’s mission is to provide a free and economical alternative for the disposal of electronic products.
Headquartered in Windsor Locks, CT, 360 Federal Credit Union has a total of 3 full service offices in Hartford County, as well as a branch in Enfield (CT) High School and at Ensign Bickford in Simsbury. Established in 1952, the Credit Union’s membership of over 17,000 worldwide include employees of United Technologies Aerospace Systems, Stanadyne Automotive, and over 145 other companies and organizations, as well as the Thompsonville community in Enfield, CT.