It's time to toss out the old and bring in the new, and there are plenty of opportunities for both over the next few weeks.

Bring in new tech staff by participating Monday morning in a free speed recruiting session with We Can {Code} IT’s latest class of 20 junior software developers. Register for the free Career Day at the Fawcett Center and receive job candidates’ resumes in advance.

Retail workers tossed out of their jobs can pick up a new career with help from Columbus State Community College’s new program to Retool, Retrain, Restart Your Career. Register online for Monday’s 6-8 p.m. information session or request information online. Renewable and one-time $500 scholarships are available.

Franklin County residents can toss out hazardous household waste and electronics from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 22 in a mobile collection session at Ashland Chemical. It’s free to get rid of all junk except old latex or water-based paint, which costs $1 per container. Can’t make this event sponsored by SWACO and the city of Dublin? SWACO’s permanent drop-off site on E. 8th Avenue is available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursdays and noon to 6 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays.

Businesses, nonprofits and government agencies can acquire recycled materials otherwise headed for a landfill via a new online Ohio Materials Marketplace launched this month by the Ohio EPA.

Find a new business location with another statewide effort just unveiled by JobsOhio. SiteOhio is designed to help businesses locate new sites for their operations with an online search, with SiteOhio locations verified to be ready for immediate development.

If public institutions’ business takes them out of town, a local company can help with travel arrangements. UNIGLOBE Travel Designers has won a multi-year national contract to serve government and educational agencies.

Traveling around town? Get rid of your old COTA bus numbers and learn about new routes Thursday and next Tuesday in noon and 6 p.m. public information sessions. New routes throughout the region begin on May 1 as part of COTA’s redesigned bus network intended to ease Downtown congestion and provide service to more jobs. Rides on transit system buses will be free the week the new routes take effect.