An e-waste recycling and paper shredding event on Saturday will give Durham residents and businesses the opportunity to shred confidential documents and recycle electronic waste.
People ask if rock 'n' roll will ever die, and to that I say no. Why? Because kids are just too awesome to ever let it happen, that's why. And here are two compelling pieces of evidence: Exhibit A and Exhibit B. Play 'em loud. And somebody get these two in a "School of Rock"-type band together.
The City of Durham will be hosting a paper-shredding, e-waste and Christmas tree recycling event on Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Sears parking lot at Northgate Mall.
Nearly all electronics with a cord will be accepted for recycling, including:
April is shaping up to be a very busy month for greenies, with a dozen or so events on tap to celebrate Earth Month. Two events are taking place this weekend in Chapel Hill and Durham.