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eWaste Drive Helps Binghamton Rescue Mission

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Bring on the electronics! Geodis Wilson USA is taking your unused Electronics to help out the Binghamton Rescue Mission.

The company is hosting an eWaste drive at three different locations around the area.

They're taking anything from used cell phones to computers to printers ... whatever electronics you don't want -- either working or non-working -- they'll recycle it!

The proceeds from recycling the items will go toward Rescue Mission programs.

Geodis Manager Bob Valenia said, "It's a very difficult situation everyone has now with what to do with their electronics. We're offering that outlet to bring them here and we'll process them responsibly. The other good thing more importantly than that is that were going to be helping change lives at the Binghamton Rescue Mission."

Vikki Collazo, Donor Relations at Binghamton Rescue Mission said, "It's wonderful that they want to reach out and help our mission. We're a facility that houses 32 previously homeless men and this donation would certainly help us continue those programs."

Drop off locations are the Thrifty Shopper in Binghamton from now until Friday and on Saturday you can drop off those unused electronics at Lourdes Hospital and at the Geodis building in Endicott.