I don't know about you, but my spare room and attic could practically be turned into an old electronics museum. Well, this weekend you can finally get rid of the old printers, computers, and other devices that are cluttering up your house.

In a day and age where most people replace their computers in less than 5 years, and cell phones end up in the junk drawer even more often than that, a lot of times people just don't know what to do with old electronics.

I openly admit to being one of "those" people. I have at least two printers, two laptops, and maybe even three cell phones that haven't been used in years, just taking up space.

There's always that voice in the back of my head saying, "but maybe I'll use it for something", and the more logical, "but there has to be some way I can recycle this".

Well, good news, there is!

This Saturday (April 22nd), as Brick holds their Earth Day "Green Fair" at Brick Township High School, Brick Recycling will be there to take your old electronics.

They'll take printers, computer towers, cell phones, CD players, laptops, and more off your hands.

They can't take old picture tube style TVs and computer monitors, however.

They'll be at the high school from 10am to 2pm, and they'll take it right out of your car for you.

So if you've been holding on to that old electronic junk, this Saturday is your chance to finally get rid of it!


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