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CHECK OUT THE LIBRARY’S KILL-A-WATT METERS
October 24, 2012, 9:14 pm
Filed under: Appliances

This fun video by Jeremy Slayton, one of our staff members, is a nice reminder that you can find  Kill-A-Watt meters at the Schaumburg Township District Library.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V16ckxYUi4E

Stop by the Audio Visual Desk on the first floor to check out yours today.

Use it to find the electricty hogs in your house!

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ELECTRONICS DROP-OFF/DOCUMENT SHREDDING EVENT
October 14, 2012, 7:00 am
Filed under: Electronics, Shredding event

Both SWANCC communities in Schaumburg Township–Elk Grove Village and Hoffman Estates–will be able to take part in the upcoming electronics drop-off/document shredding event in Rolling Meadows.  Residents from these two communities only may participate.

 

October 20, 2012 9 am – Noon
Barrington North Commuter Parking Lot
Main and Wool Streets
Barrington, IL
IDs will be checked

Acceptable electronics items: Computers – PCs and laptops Computer Monitors DVD Players DVR/Cable Boxes Fax Machines Cell Phones MP3 Players Peripherals – mice, keyboards, zip drives MP3 Players PDAs Printers Scanners Televisions Video Game Consoles VHS players

Typical documents that can be shredded include medical records, bank statements, personal files, retired tax forms, etc. Staples and paper clips are acceptable, but binders should be removed. Residents will be limited to six banker-sized boxes of documents.

Visit www.swancc.org for more information.



ELECTRONICS DROP-OFF/DOCUMENT SHREDDING EVENT
October 4, 2012, 7:00 am
Filed under: Electronics, Shredding event

Both SWANCC communities in Schaumburg Township–Elk Grove Village and Hoffman Estates–will be able to take part in the upcoming electronics drop-off/document shredding event in Rolling Meadows.  Residents from these two communities only may participate.

October 6, 2012
9 am – Noon
Rolling Meadows Public Works Facility
3900 Berdnick Street
Rolling Meadows
IDs will be checked

Acceptable electronics items:
Computers – PCs and laptops
Computer Monitors
DVD Players
DVR/Cable Boxes
Fax Machines
Cell Phones
MP3 Players
Peripherals – mice, keyboards, zip drives MP3 Players
PDAs
Printers
Scanners
Televisions
Video Game Consoles
VHS players

Typical documents that can be shredded include medical records, bank statements, personal files, retired tax forms, etc. Staples and paper clips are acceptable, but binders should be removed. Residents will be limited to six banker-sized boxes of documents.

Visit www.swancc.org for more information.