Believe it or not, those prehistoric-looking electronics used to be vogue, and expensive.
Now, they’re likely gathering dust and a non-profit in Riverside is asking residents to donate their electronic dinosaurs – with a perk.
On Saturday, Dec. 31, from 9 to 2, residents can drop off their used electronics at Smart Riverside’s warehouse and get a tax deduction for the donation.
Money the organization makes from selling the gold and copper in e-waste materials will go toward buying computers to low-income residents and providing free wireless throughout Riverside.
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