If you don’t know what to do with electronic waste, take advantage of Mazatlan’s Reciclón 2022 


This year it is expected to collect more than two thousand electronic items that will be recycled so as not to pollute the environment; find out dates, times and place.

MAZATLAN.- The world needs to pay more attention and care to the environment, since pollution is greater every day and not only talk about plastic containers, organic waste, paper or cardboard that are thrown away in vacant lots, streets, rivers or seas, but also includes electronic waste that over time contributes to the degradation of the planet.  

Given this situation, in Mazatlan, the seventh edition of the Electronic Recycling is already being prepared, as announced by Jorge Sánchez García, in charge of Safety and Hygiene of Industrias Marino, who pointed out that this event will take place on the 24th, 25th, and 26th. March of this year.  

“This Electronic Recycling is the seventh and will last three days from March 24 to 26 at the facilities of Industrias Marino; Everything electronic will be collected from computers, televisions, recorders, cameras, video games, cell phones, among other things, “he said. 

Sánchez García said that everything collected will go to the State Environmental Development Center, where it is reused or recycled, since said center has all the permits to separate what is garbage from what is electronic.  

He indicated that during Thursday, March 24 and Friday, March 25, a module will be opened at the facilities of Industrias Marino, with address at Carretera Internacional, kilometer 1193, to the south, in the Anáhuac neighborhood, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. hours. 

For Saturday the 26th of this month, it will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Jorge Sánchez invited the population of Mazatlan and the south of the state to join this cause, taking their items for recycling.  

2020, the campaign achieved the collection of 2 thousand 33 electronic items  

2021, 2 thousand 65 electronic items were collected  

Receiving items  

Broken televisions, monitors, laptops, CPUs, appliances, music players, cameras, printers, scanners, keyboards, cell phones, telephones, regulators, batteries, cables, burners, and others.   

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