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Drop defect cooking machines in coop

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I have a cake mixer that is not working anymore. I’ve heard somewhere that one can drop these machines at COOP. Is that true? And if so, which coop near Oerlikon would accept it?

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Old 15.08.2020, 11:16
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Re: Drop defect cooking machines in coop

You can take any electrical devices for recycling at any shop that sells electrical goods, you don't even have to have bought it from that shop.
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Rarely do the shops actually have a ‘recycling’ area to take This kind of stuff. Just go to the customer service place,hand it over and tell them it’s for recycling.
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You can take any electrical devices for recycling at any shop that sells electrical goods, you don't even have to have bought it from that shop.
It would have to be a Coop Bau&Hobby then, I guess? Most food Coop wouldn't have the space to store it.

I always drop my electrical trash at Mediamarkt - as you said, no matter where I bought it.
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Rarely do the shops actually have a ‘recycling’ area to take This kind of stuff. Just go to the customer service place,hand it over and tell them it’s for recycling.
People here will leave it outside the front door.

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It would have to be a Coop Bau&Hobby then, I guess? Most food Coop wouldn't have the space to store it.

I always drop my electrical trash at Mediamarkt - as you said, no matter where I bought it.
Most Coops sell electronic devices, they are required to take such things for recycling. Regardless of the space. Their choice.
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