Everett Allen with the Orange Grove Center carries a computer monitor that was recycled during an Earth Day event Monday in downtown Chattanooga. More than 2 million tons of e-waste is thrown away each year that could be recycled, says the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Everett Allen with the Orange Grove Center carries a computer monitor that was recycled during an Earth Day event Monday in downtown Chattanooga. More than 2 million tons of e-waste is thrown away each year that could be recycled, says the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Monday, April 22nd, 2013
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People brought truckloads of old cell phones, cathode ray tube television sets, tennis shoes, old appliances and tower computers to the corner of Fourth and Walnut streets on Monday in recognition of Earth Day.

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