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E-waste cleanup held

November 19, 2012

Herald photo / Thomas Jenkins

Johnny Womack, environmental services and assistant director of public works with the city of Big Spring, sorts through items collected through the annual e-waste recycling program. Womack said the items collected will be recycled, preventing unwanted — and sometimes hazardous — items from being dumped in the municipal landfill.

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