This past Earth Day (April 22nd), the University revived the Annual Electronic Waste Recycling Drive for its Seventh successful year! To keep COVID safe, the event was held “drive-thru” style. Guests were able to pop their trunk and volunteers collected the goods to be recycled in a smooth and safe way. The event was able to capture four pallets of printers, computers, and monitors; a crates worth of wires, and nearly one hundred laptops. These goods will be recycled for their base components instead of ending up in a landfill for hundreds of years. In fact, E-Waste in general is full of gold, silver, copper, and palladium. All valuable precious metals further indicating the value of future drives for both the planet and economy.