On the west side of the Legislature on 10th Street, state workers, businesses and the general public can bring and recycle electronic waste now banned from landfills.
The event runs until 5:30 p.m. tonight.
A convenient drive-through will reportedly allow people to drop off items without even getting out of their cars. You'll even get a "Keep California Beautiful" reusable bag.
Here's what they will accept: monitors; televisions; laptops; plasma screens; LCD screens; portable DVD Players; printers; faxes; copiers; telephones; cell phones and accessories; i-Pods or electronic/computer games; keyboards; computer mice; computer towers; computer speakers; and stereos and stereo speakers.
Note to budget-conscious state managers: This event is not open to your agencies to recycle state government waste. That happens through the Department of General Services. Learn more about that program by clicking here.