Wednesday, April 10, 2013
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Habitat for Humanity monthly electronics recycling Saturday

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[April 10, 2013]  Habitat for Humanity of Logan County will collect electronics Saturday morning for recycling. The monthly collection is at the Habitat for Humanity warehouse, 915 Woodlawn Road, from 9 a.m. to noon. This is free of charge to the public.

In the first year of the program, 208,554 pounds of electronic material was collected for recycling, with over 50 percent of the total weight comprised of televisions and computer monitors.

The following items will be accepted:

  • Entertainment equipment, including TVs, radios, stereo and game systems, game controls, VCR and DVD players, and cameras.

  • Computer equipment, including laptop and desktop personal computers, hard drives, monitors, keyboards, printers, scanners, cords and cables, CD-ROM, DVD, Zip and tape drives.

  • Small business equipment, including phones, copiers, typewriters, fax machines and calculators.

  • Small household and countertop appliances will also be accepted, as well as aluminum, copper, brass and stainless steel items.

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Electronics are not to be left at the site and are not collected outside the hours of the collection.

Additional information on the electronics recycling is available through Habitat for Humanity of Logan County by contacting the office at 217-732-6412 or visiting the website at

[Text from file submitted on behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Logan County by Mitzi Rohlfs, Logan County Joint Solid Waste Agency coordinator]

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