You can get rid of your old or unwanted electronics in an environmentally friendly way today and tomorrow in Godfrey. From 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. both days, you can drive up to the Lewis & Clark Community College parking lot on Tolle Lane, across from the college, to get rid of those items.
They will take nearly anything that uses a cord or a battery. Nate Keener, the Director of Sustainability at Lewis and Clark Community College tells The Big Z this time they are even accepting tube-style televisions for a price, and computer monitors:
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Keener says the TV’s will cost you between $5 and $25 to get rid of, but you will receive a voucher for equal value redeemable at the CJD E-Cycle retail store. Keener says that since they began having these drives in 2012, they have prevented more than 70 tons of hazardous electronic waste from entering landfills.