eCycle Drive 2009
5700 SW Dosch Rd. | 971-722-4099 | Diane Shingledecker
Hard Drive Security Measures
Free Geek destroys all user data on donated equipment. All hard drives will be wiped according to Department of Defense standards for data destruction, and all magnetic and optical media (such as floppy and CDs) are disassembled and destroyed.
We turned your electronics green!
PCC Sylvania held its second annual eCycling drive on May 9, 2009. Members of the community brought almost 8 tons of old, unwanted computer equipment and we responsibly recycled it for free!
Portland Christian Center Parking AreaMap to eCycle Drive Location
5700 SW Dosch Rd.
Portland OR 97239
- Saturday, May 9th, 2009 from 9am to 1pm
- Acceptable Donations:
- Computer monitors
- Desktops and laptops
- Computer accessories (keyboards, printers, speakers, mice, cables, networking devices, etc.)
- Unacceptable Donations:
- No Batteries
- No Cell Phones
- No Televisions or appliances (The SWNI Spring clean-up accepted TVs and appliances at their scrap metal recycling station for a suggested $10 donation per carload.)
SW Neighborhoods, Inc - Empowering Citizens Since 1978
The eCycle drive too place in conjunction with the SWNI Annual Spring Cleanup, so along with your old computers, you could load up the car with yard debris, old appliances, scrap metal, and household donations to the Community Warehouse, a non-profit that helps low-income individuals and families improve their quality of life. Visit the SWNI site to learn about the Spring Cleanup.
Free Geek - Connecting Our Community, One Computer At A Time
To sort and recycle donations, PCC partnered with Free Geek, a local nonprofit staffed almost entirely by volunteers. Before recycling computers, Free Geek breaks them down into re-usable parts, using them to build new computers, which are donated to schools and other nonprofits. Volunteers can use their hours to earn rebuilt computers, thus allowing people of any income and ability level to own a computer and learn new technologies.