James Recycling / Vernier Software & Technology Event
Saturday, November 12th, from 10am to 12:30pm
Vernier Software & Technology
13979 SW Millikan Way
Beaverton, OR 97005
What we will be taking:
We will not be accepting everything listed on our website, only items listed here. We will not be accepting any curbside recycling items. Click here for a list of curbside items. We have added clear, non-curbside #1 items such as clamshells to our collection list!
Watch our quick video on how to sort for our event:
Cash or card
$3/grocery bag of sorted recycling (or similar 5-gallon container) and $3/39-gallon garbage bag of Styrofoam
If our recycling fees pose an economic hardship for you, please reach out to us at email@example.com
OkiDoki, a local company that produces beautiful one-of-a-kind bags and totes out of used billboard material, will have a selection of their products available for purchase.
Free Geek will be on-site collecting electronics and small appliances. Please click the links to find out how to best prepare your donation and for a list of items they do NOT accept. For larger donations, they suggest bringing items to their SE location during their public drop-off hours. Free Geek does not require a fee for their services, but donations are welcome to help them continue their important work in our community.
Simple Sundries is a local business that offers waste-free personal care and household products by refilling and reusing plastic and glass containers. They will have a selection of their products available for purchase. Sorry, no pumps or spray nozzles will be accepted at this event.
BBTEA Jars is a local, eco-friendly business that offers glass boba jars that can be customized and are 100% plastic free and reusable. They also have loose leaf teas, bubble candles, DIY boba kits, latte mixes, and hand crochet cozies.
Items we are collecting for the community:
Men’s t-shirts (L, XL, 2X, 3X. No small or medium) for Blanchet House. Blanchet House is a local nonprofit that makes a difference, one relationship at a time, through food, clothing, and supportive housing programs. Dropbox for t-shirts will be near the James Recycling payment table.
Working Hair Dryers for the Community Energy Project. The hair dryers will be used by their workshop participants to install the plastic window film insulation that keeps the homes of over 1,000 low-income families warm in the winter. Dropbox for hair dryers will be near the James Recycling payment table.
Canned and other non-perishable food items for the Tigard Friends FoodShare pantry. They are also accepting toilet paper, laundry soap, household cleaners, and dish sponges. The pantry is free and open to the public.
PLEASE SORT ALL RECYCLING – WE WILL NOT ACCEPT UNSORTED RECYCLING. ITEMS WITH RECYCLING NUMBERS MUST BE SORTED BY THAT NUMBER
REMEMBER WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ALL THE ITEMS LISTED ON OUR WEBSITE.
If you are elderly, have a disability, or need help carrying recycling from your vehicle, please come to the check-in table and we will find someone to provide assistance
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