Players for the Planet
Join us for the 6th Annual PNC/Players for the Planet E-Waste Recycling Drive
Want to do something good for the environment, meet Reds players, and score tickets to a game?
From May 14-17, when you drop off your old electronics for recycling, you'll receive two free tickets* to a game at Great American Ball Park. Plus, we'll share tips for how you can make simple changes that benefit our environment, wherever you work, live, or play.
Players for the Planet is requesting a minimum donation of $10 per car to offset the recycling costs and benefit the Reds Community Fund.
*While Supplies last. One qualifying donation per car
Drop-Off Dates and Locations
Thursday, May 14 from 7 am to 4 pm
Colerain Township: 9650 Colerain Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45251
Friday, May 15 from 7 am to 4 pm
Anderson Township: 7500 Beechmont Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Saturday, May 16 from 9 am to 4 pm
Hyde Park: 3740 Paxton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Sunday, May 17 from 10 am to 2 pm
Newport: 160 Pavillion Parkway, Newport, Kentucky 41071
Electronics You Can Recycle
Examples of electronics we accept include:
- Personal computers: laptop and desktop
- Cell phones
- Fax machines
- Rechargeable batteries
- Small home appliances
- Docking stations
- LCD Screens
- Cable/Satellite boxes/DVR's
- CRT Monitors*
* Depending on the size and year, a TV or monitor can contain up to 6 pounds of lead, which poses potential health risks if not properly recycled.
About Players for the Planet
Players for the Planet is non-profit that promotes environmental awareness and education in order to preserve the stadiums and playing fields for future generations. Founded by former Reds outfielder Chris Dickerson and former MLB pitcher Jack Cassel, this organization dedicates its resources and the talents of professional athletes to support its mission to educate everyone who enjoys playing and watching youth, amateur, and professional sports.
Cohen is a Proud Sponsor of the Cincinnati Reds and Players for the Planet
The largest family-owned metal and electronics recycler in the region, Cohen was one of the first US companies with the Responsible Recycling (R2) certification, which guarantees your electronics are recycled properly, and is now duel certified with the e-Stewards Certification.
We believe that the community where we live and work—and play—is vital to our health and well-being. And because the Cincinnati Reds do so much to help properly dispose of electronic waste (which is growing significantly every year), we are especially proud to be an official sponsor of the team.
Learn more about how recycling works, what items can be recycled, and where you can recycle.