With the switch to digital broadcasting on the near horizon, ASL Recycling is adding 28 more e-waste drop-off locations to its GREENetwork in an effort to help keep more TVs and other waste out of landfills.
Expectations are that loads of people are running of to get a new TV in prep for the switch to digital, and so will be tossing old TVs. While the whole situation is a bit of a forehead slapper since you don’t need to ditch your whole TV – just add a converter box – this is a great idea to help out with e-waste that is sure to appear since TV watchers will find this a great excuse to get the latest and greatest, something that is also prompting a wave of reactions by concerned citizens.
The addition of drop-off spots down the southern coast will make the GREENetwork about 160 locations strong throughout
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