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PC Recycle holds grand opening in Arlington

Arlington Mayor Margaret Larson, center, joins PC Recycle owner Steve Molstad in cutting the ribbon for the new Arlington business, which held its grand opening on July 13. - Courtesy Photo
Arlington Mayor Margaret Larson, center, joins PC Recycle owner Steve Molstad in cutting the ribbon for the new Arlington business, which held its grand opening on July 13.
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ARLINGTON — Mayor Margaret Larson and City Council member Linda Byrnes were among those on hand during a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Arlington business.

On July 13, PC Recycle, located at 5702 172nd Street NE, celebrated its grand opening.

Owner Steve Molstad, who grew up in Arlington, gave tours of the electronic device recycling facility and explained the process to attendees, Michael Prihoda, executive director of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce.

Representatives from the Arlington-Smokey Point and Marysville chambers of commerce were in attendance, along with the mayor, to help cut the ribbon.

PC Recycle offers free recycling of computer monitors, televisions, computers and LCD screens, which contain hazardous waste chemicals.

Pickup service can also be arranged.

The business also sells new and used electronics, cables, computer parts and more.

PC Recycle is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.

The electronics recycling provider and retailer has five stores in western Washington, including Marysville, Bellevue, Lynnwood and Federal Way.

For more information visit www.pcrecycle.net.

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