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23,400 pounds of e-waste collected in Cherokee County

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From the Cherokee County Health Department:

This past Saturday, the Cherokee County Health Dept., City ofColumbus and Southeast Kansas Recycling conducted our 6th E-wastecollection.  The success of this effort would not be possible without thevolunteers from the Cherokee County CERT Team. This event provided properdisposal for an additional 23,400 lbs., boosting our total to 116,925 lbs.

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