At Reuseum Educational, we are committed to promoting sustainability and responsible resource use. One of the ways we do this is through our efforts to reuse and repurpose old electronic devices. Last year, we were able to reuse and repurpose over 50,000 devices, diverting them from landfills and finding new uses for them. One of the key ways we were able to reuse and repurpose so many devices was through our electronic recycling program. This program allows individuals and organizations to donate their old electronic devices to Reuseum, where they are processed and prepared for reuse or recycling. Our team […]
Last year, Reuseum Educational had a hugely successful year in terms of promoting STEM education and hands-on learning for kids. Through a combination of classes, workshops, and kits, the organization was able to reach over 11,000 kids and inspire a love of science, technology, engineering, and math. One of the key highlights of the year was the wide range of educational programs and events. From robotics and coding to engineering and physics, we covered a diverse range of STEM subjects, giving students the opportunity to learn new skills and work on real-world projects. These programs were designed to be engaging […]
Participating in workshops through the Reuseum Educational, many people know the classes and events Reuseum puts up in order to support STEM education throughout the community, but little do people know the mountains of printers, TVs, computers, and more Reuseum gets every year. Through an intricate system of sorting, dismantling, and reusing, Reuseum recycles, on average, 250,000 pounds of e-waste every year! E-waste, or electronic waste, refers to discarded electronic devices that are no longer used or wanted. These devices can include computers, laptops, phones, tablets, televisions, and other electronic equipment. As technology continues to advance, the amount of e-waste […]
Its that time of the year again with Thanksgiving right around the corner. Plans for a normal turkey dinner and yearly gatherings with the family. Why not make this Thanksgiving a little more exciting with some scientific and electronic kits from the Reuseum! The TurkinatorUsing motors, superglue, and a bit of creativity, you too can create a gobbling Turkinator in the flesh, or rather, in the circuit. Put the turkey together; equip its cybernetic eye, its motorized feet, and its metallic body for the ultimate Thanksgiving turkey. Spectacular Spinning Art!Spin art is an art form that uses paint, a canvas, […]
. Join us for Geek Jewelry Saturday, Nov 5th from 11AM to 4PM. Drop in anytime during those hours and join us, no sign-ups, no cost! It is a FREE Event, open to the public for all ages. Build necklaces, earrings, bookmarks, charms, ornaments, and more, all out of electronic knick-knacks! .