BANGOR- The center for stars, astronauts and outer space temporarily became a electronic recycling plant.
On Saturday morning, members of the Challenger Center hosted an e-waste drop off event for people looking to get rid of their old TV‘s laptops, radios, DVD players and any other junk that they couldn’t safely dispose of.
“Every e-waste event, we have a section of our own e-waste that we add to our event and make it part of it too,” said Kirsten Hubbard, the executive director of the Challenger Center. “It’s just a neat thing that we see as a business and we make it available to our community too.”
To take part in the event, the Challenger Center required a small donation to help fundraise for the center.