You have about a week to gather your e-waste.  Lewis and Clark Community College and CJD E-Cycling are joining forces again to host a community E-Waste drive next Friday and Saturday.  From 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. 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.

Nate Keener, the Director of Sustainability at Lewis and Clark, tells The Big Z they are even accepting televisions this time – for a price. 

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He says they are also taking the old style computer monitors, as long as it comes with an associated tower.  Basically anything that has a cord or batteries can be e-cycled.  For more information you can contact Keener by calling 468-2782, or CJD E-cycling at 433-9200.

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