E-waste drop-off event held Saturday at Challenger Learning Center
This is the second time the Center has held this event.
BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - People unsure of how to get rid of old technology had a way to do it safely Saturday.
The Challenger Learning Center had a second e-waste drop off event, where visitors could drop off a variety of old electronics, like TVs, computer monitors, and laptops.
All the center asked in return was a small donation, and donors didn’t even have to leave their cars.
The Center said that events like these are a great way to ensure the community can dispose of technology safely.
“We have a lot of technology of our own that we’re upgrading all the time, so it’s funny, we even have our own e-waste that we recycle and we save for each one of our events that we do,” says Challenger Learning Center Executive Director Kristen Hubbard. “So, it’s just a great thing that is a good thing to do, not only just for our state, for our environment, but for our local community too.”
If you want to help the Center, a link to donate is on our website.
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