Meadville Tribune

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December 24, 2012

Recycling of electronics to change in January

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MEADVILLE — Keith Gushard can be reached at 724-6370 or by email at kgushard@meadvilletribune.com.

Electronic recycling options

There are options for Crawford County residents to recycle electronic items that are banned from the regular garbage, according to the Crawford County Solid Waste Authority.

Staples in Vernon Township, west of Meadville, will only accept computers and their peripherals, printers and monitors, but no televisions.

Lincoln Metal in Meadville will pay residents 3 cents per pound for computers, keyboards, and mice.

Lincoln Metal in Meadville and ECS&R (Environmental Coordination Services & Recycling) on Route 19 in Greenwood Township accept all of the products mentioned in the ban, but for a fee.

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