The Pulaski County Regional Recycling and Waste Reduction District offers a twice-a-year major recycling program for business, churches, non-profits and other groups interested in unloading their old electronics.
Earlier this month, a steady stream of trucks and vans brought tons of ancient computers, VCRs, keyboards, and TVs to the parking lot at North Little Rock’s Verizon Arena for a day’s worth of dumping.
Last year, Pulaski County officials collected 695 tons of outdated electronics. Where does the junk go and how does it help the environment? Learn more in this video.
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