Cartridges For Kids-Recycling
Powder River Basin Resource Council Recycles Electronics
Income to Youth in Conservation
Two Wyoming Students with winning State Science Fair Projects were awarded some $500 from the Powder River Basin Resource Council's Youth in Conservation Awards.
In 2015, $500 in cash awards were provided to top science fair students with project topics emphasizing reclamation, renewable energy and environmental studies.
The Youth in Conservation funds are derived from generous donations to the Bill Barlow Memorial Fund and the Renewable Energy Fund.
Other income is derived through our Cartridges for Kids recycling program. We are compensated for electronic items that we send on to a responsible recycling company in Colorado recycles and reuses components of the devices. The modest returns for these efforts are placed into our Bill Barlow Youth in Conservation Fund.
The list of items we Do accept:
-Cell Phones -Laser & Inkjet cartridges
- Laptops - IPods
-PDA's - IPads, Tablets, Readers - GPS devices
We are not accepting desk top computers or computer monitors. These items should be brought to city and county landfills that accept and part-out electronic equipment and E-waste. Sheridan City landfill accepts e-waste each Thursday.
Drop off sites are now available at Sheridan Area businesses:
-The Business Center -Foot of the Bighorns
- Bustech Computing -Bighorn National Forest Office
-Sheridan College tech Department -Powder River Basin Resource Council
If you or your business is interested in more information or a presentation from Powder River, please contact us at 307-672-5809.