The 6th Annual Mothers In Action Community Recycling Clean Up was held in the Crenshaw Square, on the corner of Crenshaw Boulevard and Coliseum Street. The free drive-thru, organized collection event arrived just in time for local residents to begin their spring cleaning. Cars circled the block as early as 6:30a.m. to drop off their recyclables. Each car was systematically assigned to either a hot zone, shredding or both. The hot zone is for items such as, medications, syringes, motor oil, paint, tires, aerosol cans, pesticides, mercury thermometers, fire extinguishers, propane tanks and electronics. For confidential and safe shredding, each participant could shred up to two, thirty-three gallon trash bags of documents. Electronic Waste (a.k.a. “e-waste”), such as batteries, monitors, remote controls, computers, monitors, keyboards, telephones and radios were popular recyclables.