Students from Mineola Middle School pose with some of the electronic devices they collected during their seventh annual eWaste Drive on October 27. They are joined by (back row, left to right) Steve Benner, Dean of Students, Mineola Middle School; Amy Trojanowski, Principal, Mineola Middle School; Vincent Interrante, Robotics Club Moderator, Mineola Middle School; and Mark Santiago, Manager, Two Brothers Scrap Metal.
MINEOLA, NY – For the seventh year in a row, Two Brothers Scrap Metal participated in Mineola Middle School’s eWaste Drive, which took place on October 27. This year’s drive brought in 6,280 pounds of electronic waste, compared to 4,240 pounds the previous year.
The purpose of the drive was to help the environment, by providing the community with a responsible means to dispose of their outdated or non-functional electronic devices. By diverting these electronics from landfills, Mineola Middle School and Two Brothers Scrap Metal are actively contributing to the reduction of electronic waste and its harmful impact on the environment. Two Brothers played a vital role by donating the use of one of their containers.
Two Brothers has participated in the eWaste Drive for the past seven years. During that time, the company has hauled away 52,780 pounds — more than 26 tons — of electronic waste. The staff at Mineola Middle School thanked Two Brothers for its support.
For more information, call (631) 694-8188 or visit www.TwoBrothersScrapMetal.com.
About Two Brothers Scrap Metal
Located in Farmingdale, New York, Two Brothers Scrap Metal offers some of the highest scrap metal prices in the tri-state area for aluminum, copper, brass, lead, steel and stainless steel. Two Brothers also accepts and pays out litho plates, lithofilm, goldenrod, x-rays, radiators, wire and batteries. Other services include free roll-off service, container service, walk-in service, radio dispatched lift-gate trucks, drum and drum handling equipment, personal handling of payment and residential and commercial pick-up service. For more information, call (631) 694-8188 or visit www.twobrothersscrapmetal.com.