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Take your old electronic devices to a City drop-off site

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Old electronic devices need to be discarded correctly or they may pose health risks. That’s the warning from the City of Cape Town as it calls on residents to dispose of electrical devices which no longer work at City drop-off sites. The City’s Urban Waste department says that between government and the private sector a lot of work is being done to make the proper disposal of small e-waste simple and convenient for consumers.

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