Penobscot Community Health Care Hosts E-Waste Party 

Today’s technology is ever changing and so many of us have old electronics we don’t know what to do with.A Bangor company is helping the public dispose of those items safely.Penobscot Community Health Care and Electronics End teaming up today for an E-Waste Party.It’s a chance for the public to properly recycle electronic items.Anything that has a power cord, expect for refrigerators, can be disposed of and keep the environment healthy.Penobscot Community Health Care Manager of facility and logistics, John Ward, said “It takes it again out of the environmental waste stream that most people probably don’t do the correct way and allows it to be recycled. It’s a great cause.”Every 25th recycler on Saturday received a $20 gift card to either Burger King or Tim Horton’s.The company planned to fill three to four trailers with all types of e-waste.PCHC hopes to have even more people bring their electronics out next year.