It was important once |

It was important once

This is some of the office equipment and other electronic waste dropped off at Glenwood Springs Subaru in April during an e-waste recycling drive.
Glenwood Springs Subaru |

Glenwood Springs Subaru in April collected more than 100,000 pounds of electronic goods for recycling during its Subaru Loves the Earth E-Waste Recycling Event. The West Glenwood dealership estimates that 1,500 people brought in electronic waste. All told, it was five box trucks and two semi-trailers of waste.

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