Recycle your cyberjunk at University of Arizona - Tucson News Now

Recycle your cyberjunk at University of Arizona

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) - The University of Arizona BookStore is collecting "cyber junk" for recycling.

Bring your unwanted laptop and desktop computers, CRTs that are not cracked or broken, hard drives, television sets, keyboards, and any other cyber junk you want to get rid of. You can drop them off at the UA for free. 

Everything will be sent to a recycling center in California and processed to remove hazardous materials.

Event Details

WHEN: Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE: UA BookStore loading dock: take Mountain Avenue two blocks south of Speedway Boulevard to the Circle and follow the signs.

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