File: Shelvin Armstrong, left, watches as Darren Blaine wraps a tower of televisions in plastic the afternoon of May 11, 2013, during an electronics recycling and shredding event at the Beaufort County Solid Waste and Recycling Division drop-off site along Shanklin Road in Beaufort. The events allow residents to get rid of old electronics and shred personal and tax documents.
File: Shelvin Armstrong, left, watches as Darren Blaine wraps a tower of televisions in plastic the afternoon of May 11, 2013, during an electronics recycling and shredding event at the Beaufort County Solid Waste and Recycling Division drop-off site along Shanklin Road in Beaufort. The events allow residents to get rid of old electronics and shred personal and tax documents. Sarah Welliver The Beaufort Gazette
File: Shelvin Armstrong, left, watches as Darren Blaine wraps a tower of televisions in plastic the afternoon of May 11, 2013, during an electronics recycling and shredding event at the Beaufort County Solid Waste and Recycling Division drop-off site along Shanklin Road in Beaufort. The events allow residents to get rid of old electronics and shred personal and tax documents. Sarah Welliver The Beaufort Gazette

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May 11, 2013 07:02 PM

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