Recycle electronics for free with GM

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People looking to get rid of unwanted electronics can recycle them for free on Thursday at the Fort Wayne General Motors Assembly Plant. Items can be dropped off from 4-7 p.m., in the visitor’s parking lot at 12200 Lafayette Center Road.

The GM Environmental Team offers free electronic recycling for the following items:

  • CD Players Computer Keyboards, Mouse
  • Telephones/Cell Phones Ink & Toner Cartridges
  • Gaming Consoles Printers/Docking Stations
  • Power & Network Cables CD Roms
  • Computer Tablets, I-Pads, I-Pods Network Hubs
  • Microwaves, Blenders Stereos
  • Humidifiers Tape Players
  • Scanners/FAX Machines Copy Machines

It’ll cost $10-20 to get rid of a TV, depending on the size. That fee must be paid in cash.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently ranked Fort Wayne Assembly #5 of top 30 generators of onsite green power. The facility also was GM’s first U.S. assembly plant to be certified landfill free.

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