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Recycle your old electronics at the 9NEWS E-Cycle on Saturday

The 9NEWS E-Cycle is Saturday, April 27 in Parking Lot H at Dick's Sporting Goods Park from 7 a.m. until 12 p.m.

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Do you have a bunch of old electronics that you’ve been meaning to get rid of? Bring them to the 9NEWS E-Cycle on Saturday, April 27. 

To help recycle electronics properly, 9NEWS has once again partnered with Techno Rescue to host the event in Parking Lot H at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City from 7 a.m. until 12 p.m.

By recycling your electronics, you’re helping save energy, reduce pollution and conserve resources.

There are a lot of items that can be recycled: TVs, computers, VCRs, stereos, printers, fax machines, cell phones, microwaves, small appliances and more. All data, media and storage will be wiped and physically destroyed to protect your identity.

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Price structure in 2019:

$5 per car with additional fees for:

  • LCD Monitors - $5 each
  • CRT Monitors - $20 each
  • CRT and flat TVs - $40 each
  • Projection, Console and DLP TVs - $70 each
  • Floor Model Printers - $40 each

Techno Rescue will accept cash, credit/debit cards and checks at the event to pay these fees, but they prefer cash to help the line move quickly.

Where to go:

Lot H is at the corner of East 60th Avenue and East 59th Place on the west side of the Dick's Sporting Goods Park. Here's a helpful map (and link) that you could use:

There are also items you CANNOT recycle:

  • Exposed or Broken CRT’s Tubes
  • Alkaline Batteries
  • Car Batteries
  • Light Bulbs
  • Air Conditioners
  • Refrigerators
  • Equipment Containing Freon
  • Large Household Appliances
  • Office Furniture
  • Paper, Plastic, Glass
  • Tires
  • Aerosol Cans
  • Oxygen Tanks
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Propane Tanks
  • Helium Tanks
  • Pressurized Canisters
  • Equipment Containing Gasoline or Other Combustible Fuel
  • Car Fluids
  • Paint
  • Solvents
  • Chemicals
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Thermostats
  • Mercury-Containing Equipment or Materials
  • Neon Signs
  • Radioactive Equipment or Materials
  • Un-Sanitized Medical Equipment

In past years this has been extremely popular, so you might want to head there early.

For more information, visit TechnoRescue.com.

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