KINGMAN - The Mohave Community College Computer Club (MC4) is working with the city of Kingman Public Works Department to host a technology recycling event from 9 a.m. to noon March 26 at the city of Kingman Public Works Yard, 3700 E. Andy Devine Ave. in Kingman.
Area residents are encouraged bring their old, broken or unused televisions, computers and technology devices for recycling. MC4 members will be there to help residents remove hard drives from computers before recycling.
Items that will be accepted include: televisions, monitors, computer components, records, MP3 and video players, DVD/VHS players, digital cameras, radios, telephones and printers.
Car batteries or items containing freon will not be accepted.
This past November, the club and city collected several tons of computers, printers and televisions to be recycled.
"It was a great day!" said Devon Kinney, club treasurer. "We are happy to help recycle these items instead of them ending up in our local landfill."
For more information, contact Andra Goldberg, the MC4 club advisor for the Neal Campus-Kingman chapter, at 928-692-3015 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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