Restore Joins Free Electronic Waste Recycling Movement

For awhile, getting rid of your old electronic gear meant paying someone to take it.  That has changed just recently around La Crosse.  The county is now accepting e-waste free of charge.  And Habitat for Humanity's Re-store just started doing the same thing



Cory Skolaski heads Habitat for Humanity and the Restore in La Crosse.  She says they made the move to free e-waste recycling in part to make it easier for people on the southside of La Crosse to recycle rather than illlegally throwing away their old electronics. 

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