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Jack Olmsted

Where to e-cycle on the North Olympic Peninsula - 0 views

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    FREE RECYCLING OF television sets, laptop and desktop
    computers and monitors is available in Jefferson and Clallam counties, thanks to
    the state's new E-Cycle Washington program.
    That means no one needs to
    throw away such gear and add to already stuffed landfills.
    Households,
    businesses, school districts, government agencies and nonprofit groups can take
    advantage of the free program.
Jack Olmsted

Peninsula counties begin 'e-cycling' programs - 0 views

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    Free recycling of televisions, laptop and desktop
    computers and monitors will be available in Clallam and Jefferson counties
    starting Friday, thanks to the new E-Cycle Washington program.
    That
    means no one needs to throw away such gear and add to already-stuffed landfills,
    said John Friederick of the Washington Materials Management & Financing
    Authority, organizer of E-Cycle Washington.
    Households, businesses,
    school districts, government agencies and nonprofit groups can take advantage of
    the free program.
    The state Electronic Product Recycling Act requires
    electronics makers to pay for E-Cycle Washington, and the companies collecting
    equipment must adhere to state Department of Ecology standards for responsible
    recycling.
    For information visit Ecology's Web site,
    www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/eproduct
    recycle.
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