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Disposible electronics clutter recycling station

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Planet Earth Recycling owner Paul Marois stands in the middle of piles of old tube-televisions and electronics. (Adrian Nieoczym/CBC)

Out with the "old," and in with the new.

Lots of people will be getting electronics as gifts this holiday season, and often the new stuff will replace the old.

So if Santa brings you a new 50-inch flat screen TV, you'll have to figure out what to do that now-useless tube television.

To help, we sent Daybreak's Adrian Nieoczym over to Planet Earth Recycling Services in West Kelowna, where he met with owner Paul Marois.

He began by describing the stacks of stuff in his shop.

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