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Electronics recycling costs on the rise

January 30, 2014

Photo by Katherine Porter During their regular meeting, Robin Dubler was reappointed vice-chair of the Elk County Solid Waste Authority with Tom Buck taking up the position of secretary. Russ Braun will also remain chairman for 2014.

ELoop, the recently-chosen group which collects electronic recyclables from the community recycling center, has informed the Elk County Solid Waste Authority that items previously picked up free of charge will now carry a fee of 6 cents per pound to be collected.
"Because of the market, because of the stockpiling, because of the difficulty of getting materials moved, eLoop is going to start charging us this for all the items that are not covered under the electronics recycling law," Titchner said.

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