Arlington High School robotics club collecting used electronics

ARLINGTON — Community members looking to get rid of their old televisions or computers can soon bring those items to the Arlington High School parking lot for recycling.

Members of the high school robotics club will be teaming with PC Recycle to collect used home electronics at the high school from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2.

Students will be available to pick up items in the Gleneagle and Crown Ridge neighborhoods for a suggested $5 pickup fee.

Recycling fees for items are:

•$10 for VCR/DVD players

•$5 for stereo components

•$10 for small microwaves, $20 for large microwaves

•$5 for cell phones

•$15 for TVs

•$7-10 for computer towers

•$5-10 for laptop computers

•$15 for computer monitors

•$15 for inkjet or laster printers

•$100 for copiers

•$10 for fax machines

Funds raised by the robotics club from the first year event help pay for its FIRST Robotics Competition entrance and tournament fees.

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