Slippery Rock University staged its annual Community Electronic Waste Collection Day April 28. The recycling program, aimed at keeping electronics out of landfills, is part of the University's Earth Days 2018 program. The list of acceptable electronic waste included: computer monitors, computer CPUs/towers, laptop computers, server units (no racks), keyboards/mouse devices, desktop printers, fax machines, phones (cell or cordless), electric cords, scanners, audio receivers, VCR/CD/DVD players, answering machines, electronic games, microwave ovens, electric space heaters, modems, routers, radios, televisions, remote controls, fans, audio speakers and toasters. All items will be picked up and processed by Maven Technologies of Rochester, New York. Last year, the program netted 41 tons of electronics.