Cleveland Cavaliers, Charge and Monsters Team Up With MCPC to Host “Tech for Tickets” Electronics Recycling Event

Fans Who Bring Old Electronics to Recycle will Receive Free Tickets to Cavs, Charge and Monsters Games

Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

Drop Off on E. 6th St. Outside Center Court Team Shop

CLEVELAND – Fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Charge and Cleveland Monsters have extra incentive to support America Recycles Day this Wednesday, Nov. 15, thanks to the “Tech for Tickets” electronics recycling event.

The teams and partner MCPC, a global technology endpoint management company, will be accepting old technology devices between Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse and Gateway East Parking Garage on E. 6th St. from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Fans who recycle electronics at this location will receive a free pair of Cavs tickets for Sunday, Nov. 26 vs. the Toronto Raptors or Tuesday, Nov. 28 vs. the Atlanta Hawks. They will also receive a voucher valid for four tickets to a Charge or Monsters game.

The following electronic devices are accepted:

  • Desktop and laptop computers
  • LCD monitors
  • Mobile devices such as smartphones, cell phones and tablets
  • Data storage devices
  • Networking devices such as routers, switches and hubs
  • Printers and fax machines
  • Peripherals, such as keyboards, mice and docking stations

The following items are not accepted:

  • Cathode–Ray Tube (CRT) monitors
  • Televisions
  • Light bulbs
  • Medical or lab equipment
  • Household appliances or bulk batteries

For a complete list of recyclable items, visit

The MCPC “Go Green Machine” truck will also be at the event. Its colorful graphics help educate the community on the importance of good recycling practices and the devastating effect that technology device resource needs have had on the world’s gorilla population. Electronic devices rely on components containing elements that are extracted from coltan, a mineral mined in the same geographical areas in which gorilla populations live. Fortunately, electronics can be recycled, which keeps them out of landfills and allows the minerals inside to be reclaimed and sold to companies to make new electronic devices. More information about this impact on the gorilla population can be found in this MCPC blog post.

“We’ve always been dedicated to providing IT Asset Disposition services for organizations. This event allows us to extend our expertise to the community by engaging in community initiatives that align perfectly with our mission,” says Michael Trebilcock, MCPC EVP of Development. “Our goal is not only to recycle electronics but to inspire communities to embrace recycling as a means of safeguarding our precious natural resources. Together, we can make a significant impact, and we invite everyone to join us in this collective effort for a greener, more sustainable future.”

“We are thrilled to partner with MCPC on America Recycles Day. Offering an outlet for electronic waste for our fans and the community is incredibly important to the Cavs and Rock Entertainment Group. MCPC provides responsible and secure recycling of e-waste that also contributes to conservation efforts, and we are thankful to advance this sustainability initiative,” added Cavs Vice President of Sustainability and Environmental Services Danielle Doza.

Once the event is complete, MCPC will recycle the electronics at the Secure Technology Asset Disposition (STAD) center located in Old Brooklyn, Ohio, and use the money to support gorilla habitat conservation.

About MCPC:

We’re the Outcome Engineers. MCPC is a global endpoint management company founded in 2002. Our approach inspires not just endpoint defense, but business offense. By protecting your devices, bringing simplicity to endpoint management complexity, and empowering employee performance, we reduce your business risk and increase digital innovation. Our consultative approach creates a true partnership where your endpoints are just the starting point. 

About America Recycles Day®:

America Recycles Day is the only nationally-recognized day dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the United States! Held on and around November 15, America Recycles Day (ARD) educates and encourages individuals on how to be more mindful of what they consume, where and how to properly recycle, and to pledge to recycle more and recycle right in their everyday lives.

Focusing on individual action, the day highlights the actions we can all take to collectively address the challenges facing our nation’s recycling system. Through ARD, Keep America Beautiful and its partners inspire communities and individuals to recognize the economic, environmental and social benefits of recycling.