Do you still have a pager that is no longer in use, an orphan remote control or other electronic devices that accumulate dust? The Association for the Recycling of Electronic Products of Quebec (ARPE-Quebec) is organizing a special collection on Sunday, as part of World Environment Day (from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the parking lot located at 5005, boulevard Lapinière , in Brossard).
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EPRA-Quebec, which says it has recovered more than 175,000 tons of electronic devices since its founding 10 years ago, points out that 65% of Quebecers still have at least one electronic product in their homes that they no longer use. . Their recovery will allow the appropriate treatment of substances harmful to the environment, the protection of non-renewable natural resources and the manufacture of new devices. It is also possible to return electronic devices to one of the approximately 1,000 drop-off points listed on the ARPE-Québec website.