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• Drop off your old computers, televisions, scrap metal, wire, and more for proper recycling, and you’ll be helping the environment! The E-Waste Disposal event takes place at SBCC, Lot #3, on the corner of Loma Alta and Shoreline drives on Saturday, February 2, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sunday, February 3, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Visit noewaste.com for a complete list of accepted items, or call (866) 335-3373 for more info.

• The S.B. Rape Crisis Center is seeking Spanish-speaking volunteers to be trained as certified Sexual Assault Counselors to help provide emotional support and advocacy services to survivors and their loved ones. Training takes place from 6-9:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday evenings from February 5 April 1, at their offices, located at 433 E. Canon Perdido Street. Call 963-6832 x18 for more info.

• The Save Water, Save a Buck rebate program is offering rebates to businesses that retrofit high water using toilets, urinals, and clothes washers with more efficient models that will save water, money, and energy, between now and June 30. Visit sbwater.org for more info.

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