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 canadian online pharmacy viagra 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 levitra professional mail order no prescription latest and viagra generic 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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