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New Tech Gifts? Time To E-Cycle Old Electronics

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If you got some new technology gifts for Christmas, that may mean it may be time to recycle those old electronics.

One option for your e-cycling needs is at Best Buy which has a free recycling program.

Best Buy will take phones, cameras, remote controls, rechargeable batteries, TVs and more. Televisions can brought in as long as they are 32 inches or less for the box TVs and 50 inches or less for the flat panel.

Watch this video to get all the details on their program.

There are a ton of other places that take old electronics and appliances too. Click here to see a link to help you figure out where to go.

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