DYER | The town already recycles its electronics, but is now looking at a potential contract that could earn it cash for those recyclables.
Recycling is good for the ecology and a community's economy, but efforts at recycling vary greatly across the region.
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VALPARAISO | If you didn't get rid of all your old TVs, stereos or other recyclables during your spring cleaning, the city is co-sponsoring summer cleaning days at Fairground Park.
Electronics sit in a bin Friday during the city of Valparaiso's Green Days event for individuals to recycle their old electronics and shred papers at the Fairgrounds Park. Items also will be collected between 8 a.m. and noon today.
Opportunity Enterprises client Rick Witmer dumps paper into a bin for schredding Friday during a Green Days event at the Fairgrounds Park in Valparaiso. The event will continue from 8 a.m. to noon today.
Valparaiso Public Works employee Dan Brugos drops a microwave oven into a bin for recycling Friday during a Green Days event for individuals to recycle their old electronics and shred papers at the Fairgrounds Park. The event will continue between 8 a.m. and noon today.
Doug Holok of Disposal Alternatives Organization stacks computer monitors in a truck during a Green Days event Friday for individuals to recycle their old electronics and shred papers at Fairgrounds Park in Valparaiso. Collections also will be taken from 8 a.m. to noon today.
VALPARAISO | Who knew that getting rid of an old appliance could turn into a grand occasion? When it’s a milestone in terms of making a positive impact on the community, it is.
VALPARAISO | The items cluttering much of the space in the former Valparaiso Technical Institute look like they should be in a museum or the world's biggest garage sale.
VALPARAISO | The former Valparaiso Technical Institute building might be an eyesore, but to many of the institute's graduates it still is the Emerald City of their educational life.
CHICAGO | Receive a new computer for Christmas? Finally replaced that old cell phone? Ready to toss the fax machine?
If you have a shiny new iPhone or laptop on your Christmas list, think twice before tossing your old gadgets into the garbage. You could get hit with a $50 fine under a new Illinois law that makes throwing away 17 types of common home electronics illegal.
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