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Citrus College Hosts Free E-Waste Disposal Program

Local residents can safely dispose their old electronics and hazardous waste.

Have any old computers, TV’s or hazardous waste you’d like to dispose?  , with Los Angeles County Public Works, is hosting a free E-waste collection on the campus Saturday.

Local residents can bring their hazardous items to Citrus College at Barranca Avenue, north of Alosta Boulevard, in Glendora Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Some electronics and household materials are too toxic to dispose in regular garbage collections and must be disposed with agencies that specialize in hazardous waste.

Participants in the free E-waste program cannot transport more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds of hazardous waste per trip.

Visit www.CleanLA.com for more information or for a list of items that can be disposed of through the E-waste program.

The program will run at five more locations throughout the San Gabriel Valley this summer, including Whittier, Downey, Arcadia, Sierra Madre and Rowland Heights.

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