Dallas Cowboys Want Your E-Waste

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Posted April 17, 2012 by Jeff Prince in Blotch

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Ah, Earth Day, welcome back.

I’ve missed you.

Mother Earth has become so distracted by global warming that she forgot winter exists. She’s so confused.

Sims Recycling Solutions is celebrating Earth Day 2012 by attempting to set a Guinness World Record for the most consumer electronics recycled within 24 hours at multiple locations across America and as far away as Sweden.

“Through the simple act of dropping off broken or old devices, the residents of Arlington can do their part to protect and preserve the environment and they can participate in an exciting attempt to break a Guinness World Record,” Sims president Steve Skurnac said. “Electronics represent the fastest growing waste stream in the United States. Recycling them contributes to a sustainable future and the health of the planet by keeping thousands of pounds of waste out of landfills, saving water and energy and reducing pollution.”

You can take e-waste to Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday for free recycling.

Hmmm, a bunch of old, worn out, useless junk being dropped off at Cowboys Stadium?

Sounds like what happens after Jerry Jones makes his typical trades and free agency moves.

Wonder if Joey Galloway or Roy Williams will show up and heave themselves into the pile?

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