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Bentonville, Ark. Sam's Club warehouse stores are starting a new online recycling program for electronics.
Under the program announced Wednesday by Sterling, Va.-based NEW Customer Service Cos. Inc., Sam's Club will help its members dispose of older small- to medium-size electronics. The company has a link to the program on its Web site.
Items accepted under the program include desktop and laptop computers, game systems, LCD monitors, printers, camcorders, digital cameras and MP3 players.
While items are not being collected at Sam’s Club stores, members will be able to ship items free of charge to recycling centers. For items determined to still have value, members will get Sam's Club gift cards.