Edmond residents discard old equipment as part of Operation Clean Streets
Old computers, televisions and gaming systems were brought to be disposed of during the event.
EDMOND — Operation Clean Streets was held in Edmond over the weekend as residents brought items they no longer wanted to be disposed of properly.
The annual cleanup effort was held in conjunction with the statewide Trash-off Day. Residents were able to bring old or outdated electronic equipment such as televisions, computers and printers. Some also brought tires. CDR Global disposed of old computer hard drives.
Families, church groups and civic clubs participated in the event.
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