Fans are encouraged to drop off old electronic items outside the ADPRO Sports Training Center
From 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, the Bills and Republic Services will host their fourth annual electronic recycling drive at New Era Field in the Bills Fieldhouse lot, across from the ADPRO Sports Training Center. Members of the community are invited to bring their old electronic items and safely recycle them.
"We're proud that the Buffalo Bills' partnership with Republic Services and our participation in the electronic recycling event helps the community and makes a positive, lasting impact on our environment," said Andy Major, Buffalo Bills vice president of operations and guest experience. "We especially value the great Buffalo Bills fans who have been a driving force behind its success over the last three years."
The Republic Services Blue Team will be on hand, rain or shine, to safely recycle old technology products, including computers, televisions and cellphones. Each fan who recycles an item will receive a special Bills store coupon.
There will also be a drive-through option available for all fans who wish to have the team of volunteers remove the recyclable items from their car.
"We are extremely proud to team up with the Buffalo Bills, working toward our goals to make the community a better place through continued recycling and environmental stewardship," said Kevin Bremer, area president with Republic Services. "At Republic, we are committed to providing reliable and responsible recycling and waste disposal solutions to our customers, while working to achieve their long-term sustainability goals. We applaud the Buffalo Bills and their fans for contributing to the success of our recycling efforts. We look forward to another successful season at New Era Field."
New Era Field's Fieldhouse Lot is located off of Big Tree road, adjacent to the ADPRO Sports Training Center. For more information on the event and a list of the acceptable and nonacceptable items for recycling, fans can visit buffalobills.com/electronicrecycling.