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This coming weekend, on July 3 and 4, Sears Canada will be accepting e-waste from customers in Ontario who want to ensure that it's safely disposed of.
Best Buy Canada hopes to recycle more than 60,000 tonnes of e-waste through its Tech it Away program.
Is Twitter a waste of time; simply a portal for self-indulgent garbage? Or it is a source for useful information? This is a question posed at www.marketnews.ca. And you might find the results surprising.
Best Buy Canada, will be hosting the Tech it Away event to help collect and recycle electronic waste from Canadian homes. It will take place on May 26 between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. at nine Best Buy store locations.
Starting April 1, residents of Ontario will be able to bring used, broken and unwanted electronic equipment to collection points across the province for reuse and recycling.