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Saturday, November 2, 2013 - 20:24 Updated 5 weeks ago
The Cabell County Solid Waste Authority and Scott Recycling are sponsoring the e-cycling event to make it easy for West Virginians to responsibly dispose of electronic devices. State law prohibits TVs, computers and other electronic devices with video screens 4 inches and larger from being discarded into landfills. The law went into effect Jan. 1, 2011.
Accepted devices at the event include televisions, computers, printers, copiers, zip drives, video game devices, electronic cables, laser and multifunction scanners, fax machines, laptops, mice, keyboards, speakers, webcams, monitors, cables, hard drives, circuit boards, cellphones, CD players and tape players.