Goodwill and Comprenew, in partnership with Superior Watershed Partnership and the DEQ, will be hosting an Electronic Recycling Event at the Marquette Public Works Building, 1100 Wright Street, on Saturday June 2nd. A partial list of items that will be accepted include: cell phones computer monitors, copy machines, cordless phones, fax machines, laptop computers, keyboards and mice, microwave ovens, printers, scanners, stereo equipment, televisions, and VCR and DVD players. Please go to our website at www.goodwillnorth.org or www.comprenew.org for a complete list of acceptable items. This collection on June 2nd will be free of charge to the donors. The hours of the collection are Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

This is the second of several collections that will occur throughout the summer. More details will be forthcoming on these events.

Goodwill Industries of Northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, a 501c3, was established in October 1965 with its core mission being to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals, families, and communities by eliminating barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their fullest potential through the power of work.

Goodwill is one of the original partakers in recycling, diverting gently used items from the landfill into the hands of people who want them. The revenue from donations pays the employees who live in the community, pay taxes, and consume local goods. We now add Electronic recycling to that mission.

Comprenew is a DEQ registered and nationally certified electronics recycler, based in Grand Rapids, MI. Comprenew strives to demonstrate that people who traditionally have barriers to employment can perform at the highest standards given the right training and environment. Comprenew operates three social programs that improve access to information technology, provide work experience, and offer service learning programs for corporations, community groups, and schools

The Superior Watershed Partnership (SWP) is a Great Lakes non-profit organization serving the communities of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron). The mission of the SWP is to protect and improve the natural resources of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan on a watershed basis by promoting responsible individual and community actions that ensure a sustainable environment, encourage a sustainable economy, and help improve the quality of life.