Do you have an old laptop, cell phone, even a hair dryer theat you don’t need or no longer works and it’s just taking up space?
13 news is working for you, previewing a weekend recycling event that’s turning e-waste into a grade-a program.
At Goodwill Industries of KYOVA, it’s all about sustainability for the community and for planet earth.
For this Saturdays electronic recycling event, goodwill wants to re-purpose your old monitors, cell phone, computers and all accessories.
Just no tube TV’s please
Goodwill’s Kayla Dodd told 13 News, “We partner with Dell Re-connect and they can refurbish it all with a safer approach to recycling e-waste.”
It’s not just about laptops and monitors, goodwill will recycle small appliances like hair dryers and old Christmas lights.
Goodwill uses recycling profits to sustain its many helping programs.
Goodwill industries of KYOVA’s fall electronics recycling event happens this Saturday at the recycling center on 19th street west in Huntington.