How exactly do you safely dispose of 14 PCs, 11 CRT monitors, 10 laptops, 3 UPS units with dry batteries, 4 TVs, 4 printers, 2 scanners, and a 4′ tall crate of miscellaneous electronics? With a museum-wide electronics recycling drive! We hosted our first-ever electronics recycling service for museum employees last month. All were invited to bring in their obsolete gear for recycling. We hope to offer more drop-off opportunities in the future and appreciate our colleagues for helping to make the planet a little more green.
We used Turtle Wings, a woman-owned, government-approved company based in Maryland, to provide the electronics disposal services. An added plus–they operate on a strict no-landfill policy with strict export controls.
Industrial Night is currently hanging in the stairwell in the Phillips house. Upon seeing this painting for the first time, I was reminded instantly of a lit grandstand at an auto speedway, but which one?
The Grand Prix of Singapore is the only race during the Formula One season held at night. The track is fully lit and winds through the city along the bay.
The 24 Hours of LeMans is held at Circuit de la Sarthe and is one of the most prestigious and grueling events in all of motorsport.
What do you think?