Shelbyville: Electronics recycling
SHELBYVILLE—The Gun Lake Tribe will host its next electronics recycling event Thursday, Jan. 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the tribe’s government campus headquarters near the Gun Lake Casino.
A $10 fee to recycle tube-style televisions and computer monitors will be paid for by the tribe for the first 200 units collected.
Acceptable items include office and household electronics, cell phones, radios, microwaves, VCRs and TVs, computer laptops, computer monitors, keyboards and mice, printers, speakers and power cords. Comprenew, which is handling the waste, will erase or destroy all computer hard drives and does not ship electronic waste overseas; a zero-landfill policy requires that all electronics are recycled, refurbished or reused.
The campus is at 2872 Mission Drive; the recycling location will have signs leading the public to it.