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Business electronics collection event planned May 18

The Crow Wing County Land Services Department will conduct a business electronics collection event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, at the Crow Wing County Landfill.

The Crow Wing County Land Services Department will conduct a business electronics collection event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 18, at the Crow Wing County Landfill.

This is an opportunity for businesses to dispose of any old electronics. Items accepted include the following: computer equipment, CPUs, CDs/DVDs, monitors, memory, networking, printers, scanners, tape drives, computer equipment, circuit boards, integrated circuits, precious metal scrap, wire, cable, motor generators, duplication/copying equipment, banking equipment, bar code equipment, communication equipment, hospital/medical equipment, telephones and test/lab equipment.

Loose batteries will not be accepted at the collection event.

The landfill attendant will direct businesses to the collection site. Equipment to be disposed will be unloaded and weighed, and businesses will be provided with a bill of lading for records. The cost to dispose of business electronics is 25 cents per pound.

Local businesses that plan to participate are encouraged to contact the solid waste office at 218-824-1290 so paperwork may be completed to expedite the wait time.

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Equipment will be verified and companies will be invoiced within two weeks of the drop-off, so no payment is required during the event.

Visit www.crowwing.us and search for "solid waste" for more information.

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