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Donated used electronics get new lease on life at Goodwill stores

7:19 AM, Mar. 27, 2013
Goodwill helps resell or recycle used electronics
Goodwill helps resell or recycle used electronics: Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin's Kathy Van Mun talks about how donated electronics are resold or recycled on March 26, 2013. She works at the Green Bay West location at 1660 W. Mason St.
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It can be a hassle trying to get rid of old computers, cellphones and other electronics.

That's why, in addition to clothes and household items, Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin also collects many types of electronics. And the best part is the organization does it for free, said Mary Haller, the nonprofit's district vice president of logistics and supply chain.

"We win and all of our communities win when we keep items like e-waste out of the landfill," she said, adding those who donate can be eligible for a federal income tax deduction. ...

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