Capital Gains Radio: Capital Region Recycles 100,000 Pounds of Technology
More than 1,000 people lined the streets the weekend of Saturday, Feb. 7 to get the opportunity to recycle thousands of pounds of old technology.
People from Dimondale to Eaton Rapids to Lansing waited for hours at the Ingham County Road Commission to recycle their TVs, computers and cell phones. By the end of the day, they dropped off more than 100,000 thousand pounds of used goods.
Michigan NOWís Chris McCarus has the story.
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