MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Poricy Park Conservancy to hold Electronics Drive on Saturday, April 20, 12:00noon-5:00pm.

Old, outdated electronics piling up in your garage or office? Bring them to Poricy Park and donate them for recycling. Items can be dropped off at the Park during the drive on April 20th. An alternate date for drop off is Friday, April 19 at the Nature Center, 9:00am-3:00pm.

The following items will be accepted for recycling:

Cell Phones, Computer Boards, Computer Towers & Laptops, Radios, Routers, Printers, Scanners, Hard Drives, Digital Cameras and Copy Machines.

Televisions or Monitors CANNOT BE ACCEPTED as they contain dangerous materials.

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Dr. Copper, mobile scrap metal service of Howell, will recycle the equipment and the proceeds will benefit Poricy Park.

For additional information about the electronics drive visit www.PoricyPark.org, or call the Nature Center, 732-842-5966, Monday through Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm.


Poricy Park Conservancy is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located at 345 Oak Hill Road, Middletown Township, NJ. All community and summer camp programs are run by Poricy Park Conservancy. With exceptional ecological resources, the 250 acre historical and nature site makes it one of the largest parks in Monmouth County. The Park offers recreational activities such as magnificent wooded hiking trails, bird watching, pristine pond settings, fishing, and a one-of-a-kind 70 million year-old Cretaceous fossil bed. Poricy Park is home to the 1770 NJ Historic Murray Farmhouse and Barn. The Nature Center is open Monday-Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm. For additional information, call the Nature Center at 732-842-5966 or visit www.poricypark.org.###

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