Tonight the impossible happened - sudoroom got deep-cleaned on a tuesday night,
and tons of stuff was bagged up and removed from the space. Lots of people
helped. Adam even brought a trailer on his car and hauled away a bunch of huge
bags of garbage, and I took a bunch of stuff in my car to get rid of.
There are several large contractor bags full of general e-waste, but it's too
randomized to be taken by our e-waste pickup service because it can't be
itemized - just tons of wires and adaptors and circuitboards and junk.
So Someone needs to take those bags of e-waste down to Universal Waste or
another E-waste collector and drop them off, hopefully without any trouble.
Here is the link to Universal Waste, make sure they're open when you go:
Make sure to grab that glass CRT monitor on the floor near the coffee station,
and the glass CRT television on the shelves, and also the giant dead television
Also, I fixed the dead light fixture over the southeast corner of sudoroom and
it's nice and bright in there now. And Adam installed a really fancy light in
the main entrance hall.
Also, a funny thing happened - we piled up a bunch of electronics and
transformers and stuff on the sidewalk outside Omni so i could load it into my
car and take it to my neighborhood where a lot of scrappers live, i was going
to give it to them...but apparently someone saw them and snapped them up before
we could even load them into my car - which is great! funny though.
On Wed, 9 Jan 2019, robb wrote:
& alot got fucked off
On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 6:59 PM Yardena Cohen <yardenack(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, Jan 8, 2019 at 2:30 PM Jenny Ryan
NOTHING GOES TO THE BASEMENT.
Sudoroom has more than enough room for everything we need, if we use
it wisely. And everything we don't need can fuck off.
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