Grand Rapids company, Kent County partner to recycle obselete electronics
David Moore January 7, 2013 | WGVU It seems that no sooner do we buy a new computer, than it quickly goes obsolete. That means a lot of outdated equipment taking up space in your basement or garage or going into the waste stream.
But it turns out that like glass, plastic and metal, old electronics are easily recycled, and at no cost.
Today on WGVU Midday West Michigan, David Moore chats with Shelley Huard, Director of Service and Growth for the electronic recycling company Comprenew.
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