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New business, electronic recycling discussed by supervisors

December 11, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry Computer monitors such as those shown must be disposed of at an electronic recycling center as of Jan. 24, 2013 under the "The Covered Device Recycling Act (CDRA)" Act 108.

Prior to the meeting a conditional use hearing was held for Tyrel Woelfel who plans to open a machine repair shop on S. Kersey Road. The supervisors unanimously approved Woelfel's request with no conditions.
Supervisor and Roadmaster Randy Gradizzi informed the supervisors of a new law set to take effect on Jan. 24, 2013 regarding electronic recycling. Known as "The Covered Device Recycling Act (CDRA)", Act 108 of 2010 basically states residents cannot dispose of electronic material in their trash with their municipal solid waste hauler, but must deliver it to an electronic recycling center.

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