How to recycle your old electronics for free

ROANOKE, Ind. (WPTA21) — People can recycle most of their old electronics for free at an upcoming event.

The Fort Wayne Assembly General Motors environmental team is offering the electronics waste recycling event from 4-7 pm Wednesday at Fort Wayne Assembly located at 122000 Lafayette Center Road in Roanoke.

The team is offering free electronic recycling for most items with a power cord or circuit board. These include

  • CD Players/MP3
  • Computer Keyboards, Mouse
  • Telephones/Cell Phones
  • Ink & Toner Cartridges
  • Gaming Consoles
  • Printers/Docking Stations
  • Power & Network Cables
  • CD Roms
  • Computer Tablets, I-Pads, I-Pods
  • Network Hubs
  • Small Home Appliances
  • Stereos
  • Humidifiers
  • Cable Boxes/Satellite Receivers
  • Scanners/FAX Machines

The event will also let people get rid of TVs and CRT Monitors 29″ or smaller for $20. Larger TVs and monitors cost $30 to dispose.

The team will also accept 4-foot and 8-foot fluorescent light bulbs and household batteries (AAA, AA, C, D, and 9-Volt).

Jacob Burbrink

Jacob Burbrink

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