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Electronics Disposal
I have a number of electronic items such as tuners, amplifiers, speakers, etc. that I wish to dispose of. Can you direct me to a recycling facility for such equipment? I live in Rockton, IL 61072, just north of Rockford.
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Where can I recycle non-working stereo equipment?
The local electronics recycling programs seem to accept only computer equipment and wireless phones. I'd like to recycle a Teac bookshelf mini component system. I'm in East Brunswick, NJ 08816.
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