Every year, nearly 3 million old computers, televisions, phones and other e-waste components are stockpiled in the homes of Californians who no longer use them. It costs money to properly recycle these items (about $30 for a television), and throwing them in the trash presents an environmental hazard, so most people just hoard them in closets and garages year after year. But no more! The city of Sacramento invites you to bring your tired, your poor, your obsolete technological devices to an electronic-waste and tire amnesty day. On Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., e-waste and auto tires will be accepted for recycling free of charge. Let your CPU go at the Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station, located at 8491 Fruitridge Road; the Meadowview City Service Complex, located at 2812 Meadowview Road; or Natomas Charter School, located at 4600 Blackrock Road. Call (916) 379-0500 for more information.