Don't Trash It, Recycle It


Free Electronics Recycling At All University of Phoenix Utah Locations

Public Can Bring In Cell Phones, Old TVs, Keyboard, Computers And More

 

April 9, 2009, Salt Lake City – If you have a drawer full of old cell phones, an old

analog TV, old computers, or even a small appliance…like a toaster, you can drop it off for free recycling at any Utah University of Phoenix Campus during the week of April 13-17,

 (Monday – Friday) from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily.

 

Combine it with your daily commute.  University campuses are located right off the I-15 freeway in Murray, Taylorsville, Pleasant Grove, North Davis and St. George.  Once all of the items are collected, they will be shipped off to a recycling company on April 22, the official observance of Earth Day. 

 

This will be the second year of electronics recycling for the University.  Last year, the University collected 3,500 pounds of computers, microwaves, keyboards, and even one of those “fossilized” overhead projectors.  Remember those?

 

Items You Can Bring

 

Computer monitors/computers

Printers/faxes

PDAs/small appliances

Stereos/radios

Telephones/answering machines/cell phones

Televisions/VCRs

 

University Drop-off Locations / Freeway Access

 

Murray:  5373 South Green Street, Suite #300     (I-15 Exit 5300 South)    (801) 905-4200

Taylorsville:   4393 Riverboat Road, Suite 100     (I-15 Exit 4500 South)    (801) 905-4200

Pleasant Grove:  2174 West Grove Parkway        (I-15 Exit #275)               (801) 772-4660

North Davis:  1366 Legend Hills Drive                 (I-15 Exit #332)               (801) 217-5040

St. George:  965 East 700 South Suite #304          (I-15 Exit #8)         (435) 688-8591

 

 

ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX

The University of Phoenix is Utah’s second-largest private university and the largest private university in the U.S.  The University is constantly innovating to help students balance education and life in a rapidly changing world. Through flexible schedules, challenging courses and interactive learning, students achieve personal and career aspirations without putting their lives on hold.   As of February 28,2009, 397,700 students were enrolled at University of Phoenix, the largest private university in North America. University of Phoenix serves a diverse student population, offering associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programs from campuses and learning centers across the U.S. as well as online throughout the world.

 

Degree Programs

            University of Phoenix has 119 associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in business and management, criminal justice and security, education, human services, nursing, health care, psychology, technology, and arts and sciences.