DENVER (AP) -- Beginning this July, the trash truck won't be able to haul your dead TV or any other discarded electronics to a Colorado landfill.
Residents who put those items at the curb will find a green sticker warning that landfill disposal is prohibited.
According to the Denver Post, people will have to find an electronic-waste recycling facility or a program. Those programs are sometimes offered by local communities or stores.
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