Superior Watershed Partnership Helping You Get Rid Of E-Waste And Find Out About The Eagle Mine

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Natasha Koss and Sara Frazier with the Superior Watershed Partnership.

Natasha Koss and Sara Frazier with the Superior Watershed Partnership.

Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Superior Watershed Partnership is in a very busy stretch as they are carrying out two major community projects.

Natasha Koss, SWP Program Manager and Sara Frazier, Administrative Assistant, joined The SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike today to talk about their E-Waste Recycling Day which is coming up tomorrow in Marquette.

Frazier explained the SWP hosting a free collection of unwanted electronics.  The collection is open to all residents of Marquette County and will take place at the Marquette Public Works building at 850 W.Baraga Avenue from 10:00am to 2:00pm.

She added they will be accepting most consumer electronics and home office equipment including: computers and monitors, laptops, printers, TVs, cell phones, stereo equipment, microwaves, white goods and more.

Koss then talked about the latest in a series of community meetings in their Community Environmental Monitoring Program, or CEMP, that works to monitor the regulatory compliance of the Eagle Mine project in Marquette County.

She said the latest public meetings will be held next week in Baraga and in Marquette and all interested parties are encouraged to attend.

LISTEN IN – For more on the Superior Watershed Partnership’s E-Waste collection and the CEMP.

VISIT – The Superior Watershed Partnership website.

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