Do you have an old television, desktop monitor, or hard drive just lying around, and you're unsure how to dispose of it properly? Most location transfer stations won't accept E-waste of any sort unless it's during a specific event.

According to a Facebook event made by Challenger Learning Center of Maine, they are hosting an E-waste disposal event in Bangor. The Spring E-waste event is this Saturday, May 1st, from 8 am to 12 pm at the Challenger Learning Center of Maine, 30 Venture Way, Bangor.

 

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There is no designated cost per E-waste item, but a suggested donation of $10 for the first item and $5 for each additional. Both cash and checks are accepted.

 

Items Accepted Include:
CRT Monitors, Televisions, Printers, Fax Machines, Scanners, CPUs[computer towers], Laptops, Cell Phones, Miscellaneous Electronics
Items Not Accepted :
Air Conditioners/Dehumidifiers, any Freon devices, mercury devices such as thermostats or thermometers, smoke detectors, light bulbs, Christmas/holiday lights, large electronics such as a vacuum cleaner or batteries. No bags of batteries

 

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