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Recycling event draws a crowd

6:26 AM, Aug. 28, 2013
Larger items such as big-screen televisions were set aside while crews filled cardboard containers and pallets with items dropped off Saturday at a Habitat for Humanity electronics recycling event at the Brussels Community Center. Plans are already underway to repeat the event next year.
Larger items such as big-screen televisions were set aside while crews filled cardboard containers and pallets with items dropped off Saturday at a Habitat for Humanity electronics recycling event at the Brussels Community Center. Plans are already underway to repeat the event next year.
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Cars and trucks were backed up the equivalent of two city blocks Saturday's at a free electronics recycling event at the Brussels Community Center, as area residents disposed of old televisions, computers and similar items.

The Door County chapter of Habitat for Humanity teamed with an Illinois-based recycling firm - Vintage Tech LLC - to collected broken and unused items during the four-hour event. The local group is to receive a share of the proceeds from the effort.

Volunteers unloaded a steady stream of cars, trucks and trailers full of items from residents of the surrounding area. ...

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