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New places to recycle electronics

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RICHLAND, Wash.— Do you have leftover electronics you're trying to get rid of?  You now have more places to recycle.  E-Cycle Washington and Goodwill are now accepting monitors, computers, television sets, laptops and e-readers at a number of local places for free.

You can head to:

Richland
-         Alberto ns, 140 W. gage Blvd
-         Wal-Mart, 2801 Duportail St.
-         Clayton War Recycling, 1936 Saint. St.
-         Horn Rapids Landfill, 3120 Twin Bridges Road

Benton City
-         Packs Auction Service, 511 9th St.

West Richland
-         Stay Tan West, 3680 West Van Giesen St.

Kennewick
-         Fred Meyer, 10th & Highway 395
-         Columbia Center Mall, 100 Columbia Center Blvd.
-         Clayton Ward Recycling, 119 East Albany St.

Pasco
-         GoodWill Store, 307 W. Columbia St.
-         Wal-Mart, 4820 Road 68
-         Tommy's Steel and Salvage, 904 South Oregon Ave

Before recycling, remember to clean out your hard drive. 

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