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E-Waste Event


Keep Bossier Beautiful is proud to offer residents the opportunity to safely recycle old electronics free of charge at the E-Waste recycling event on March 26th.

Many of us have an old cell phone, tablet, or computer that we are no longer using but don’t know what to do with it. Keep Bossier Beautiful is happy to partner with Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council (CACRC) to recycle your device. CACRC (cacra.com) is the only R2 Certified Electronics Recycler in the state of Louisiana.

Bring your electronic devices to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office Substation located at 2510 Viking Drive in Bossier City on Saturday, March 26th from 10:00-2:00.

We want to provide you with a safe way to dispose of unused electronics and to help you take care of our environment. There is no fee to recycle your items at this event.

For more information contact Lynn Bryan at LBryan@KeepBossierBeautiful.com.


The Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council is a nonprofit committed to electronic scrap reduction by providing recycled computers and equipment to schools, nonprofits, and low-income families through the generous contributions of supporters.
The nonprofit safely manages and recycles electronics according to international level standards set by the Responsible Recycling Practices program. This title was achieved after nine months of adhering to industry standards set by the R2 program, which includes data security safeguards. R2 is one of only two accredited certification standards that exist for electronics recyclers, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency website. The CACRC is the only organization in Louisiana that implements a rigorous “Reuse, Recover, and Dispose of” material management strategy by following downstream material until the end of life product.

About Keep Bossier Beautiful

KBB is at work in Bossier Parish to make it clean, green, and beautiful. They are a recipient of the Circle of Excellence Award from Keep Louisiana Beautiful for 2019, 2020, and 2021. Their most recent work includes installation of trash receptacles at bus stop benches, creation of Bossier Parish Prisons Recycle program, Louisiana’s first recycling program within corrections, and other litter abatement initiatives in partnership with local government, leaders, businesses, and interested individuals. The Keep Bossier Beautiful team is proud to serve our community.

To support the mission of KBB through volunteerism, partnership, or sponsorship see their website, Facebook page, or contact LBryan@KeepBossierBeautiful.com.

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