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Recycling

Verizon helps recycle electronic junk

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Drivers sat in lines at Verizon Wireless this morning not for the latest high-tech gadget, instead they were getting rid of their old stuff. Full story...
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New Hanover getting jump on July deadline to keep electronics out of dump

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videoTechnology is constantly advancing. Soon you may want to replace your flat screen tv with a 3D set. Or maybe you want to dump your desktop computer for an iPad. Come July, though, if you get a new electronic, you can't just throw away the old one. Full story...
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Landfill to do electronic recycling weekly

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Do you have electronics you need to get rid of, but you're not sure where to dispose of them properly? Well, starting today and continuing each Wednesday, New Hanover County residents can drop off electronic waste for free at the landfill off US 421 North. Full story...
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Creative solutions to endless pollution

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video With the rising temperatures and clear skies, many folks are making their way to the beach. Wrightsville Beach says they are trying to clean up their act and they are hoping their creative strategies will mean less litter. Full story...
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Christmas tree recycling starts Sunday

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New Hanover County will begin collecting your gently used Christmas Trees on Sunday. Residents are encouraged to recycle their once-live trees into mulch to help keep parks and school grounds green. Full story...
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Free waste disposal at Brunswick County landfill

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Brunswick County's fall clean-up week started today. Residents can dispose of all materials, except regular household trash and land clearing debris, at the county landfill in Bolivia... for free. Full story...
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Recycling center changes increase efficiency

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Changes at Pender County recycling centers have caused concern for some of our viewers. At the recycling centers in Hampstead, Rocky Point and Burgaw, there is now only one recycling dumpster, where there used to be four. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. Commission supports Skyway plan

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The link between New Hanover and Brunswick Counties has been under discussion for years. Full story...
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Get rid of old electronics at Rocky Point Saturday

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Looking to get rid of old electronics? Rocky Point will be the place to be Saturday. Pender County will be collecting any, and all electronic devices tomorrow at the Rocky Point Medical Pavilion. Full story...
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Recycling could be made easier, especially in rural areas

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videoIt has been more than a month since new state laws governing recycling took effect, but it's unclear if these laws are working in some rural communities. Full story...
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New state mandate requires recycling

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Wednesday we took a look at new laws passed this year that go into effect October 1st. Another new law Thursday that has been in the work for years changes what you can throw away. Full story...
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New Hanover County helps the environment and recycles electronics

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videoThe New Hanover County Environmental Management Department sponsored an electronics recycling event Saturday outside their Highway 421 facility. WWAY's John Rendleman was has our report. Full story...
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Recycle those electronic gadgets

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videoMany of us love to have the latest and greatest gadget, which often means there are old computers, television sets, and appliances lying around. WWAY's Hailey Winslow tells you what you can do with them. Full story...
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Brunswick schools all recycling

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Brunswick County is raising awareness about recycling. All county schools officially now have recycling programs. That means all the plastic bottles and cans that students used to throw away, will now be recycled into a new material. Full story...
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New Hanover County recycling center reopens

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A New Hanover County recycling center that closed down will reopen thanks to a strong show of support from area residents. Full story...
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