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Lewis and Clark Community College and the Riverbend Growth Association are joining forces again to host a community E-Waste drive this Friday and Saturday. From 9 a.m. until noon both days, you can bring almost anything with a cord to the Tolle Lane parking lot across from the Lewis & Clark Godfrey Campus and dispose of it for free.
Basically, most anything that has a cord or batteries can be e-cycled. They are even accepting televisions – for a price. For more information you can contact Keener by calling 468-2782.
The following is a sampling of the items that will be accepted:
Computers, printers, cables and peripherals (keyboards, mice, etc.)
Fax machines, scanners, digital converter boxes, cable receivers, satellite receivers
Video game consoles, digital video disc player/recorders, portable digital music players
Networking equipment, server, telecommunications, phones, cell phones, clocks, etc.
VCR, stereos, and audio/video equipment (including cable/satellite)
Holiday lights, metal decorations and metal furniture
Electrical, cabling, communication machinery, and equipment
Home electronics, blenders, toasters, irons, etc.
White goods: washers, dryers, dishwashers, furnaces, etc.
Medical equipment and all types of diagnostic equipment. (Call to verify equipment.)
Industrial machinery and equipment (including power and gas equipment)
Lawn equipment, tools, old mowers, tillers, etc.
Old motors, non-PCB type transformers and other electrical equipment
Car and rechargeable batteries and lead items
LCD monitors (flat screen)
LCD TVs (flat screen)
Air conditioners, refrigerators and humidifiers
The following are items that will NOT be accepted: