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New electronics for Christmas? E-cycle the old ones

Dumping certain gizmos in the trash banned since 2010

7:10 AM, Dec. 10, 2012
Curtis Gossen, a household hazardous waste technician, sorts through crates of discarded electronics at the Brown County Household Hazardous Waste site on South Broadway.
Curtis Gossen, a household hazardous waste technician, sorts through crates of discarded electronics at the Brown County Household Hazardous Waste site on South Broadway.
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Expecting a new TV, smartphone or laptop under the Christmas tree?

Then you may want to start thinking about what to do with the old stuff.

Wisconsin's electronics recycling program has collected nearly 100 million pounds of old televisions, computers and other electronics since it started three years ago. It was created to provide consumers with proper disposal after the dumping of certain electronics in the trash or sending to landfills or incinerators was banned in 2010. ...

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