What Are The E-Waste Recycling Laws in My State?
Unwanted computers, IT assets, and other electronic goods can sometimes contain hazardous materials, which can damage the environment. For instance, did you know that the glass from a CRT monitor contains lead?
Thankfully, more than half the states in the U.S. and the District of Columbia have passed legislation regarding the recycling of e-waste and/or banning electronic waste from landfills in order to improve sustainability.
As of 2015, this list includes:
Everyone Has Access to Electronics Recycling
The other states do not yet have state e-waste recycling laws in place that mandate procedures for the disposal of electronics, however, residents in these states do still have access to e-waste recyclers if they choose environmental responsibility on their own.
For more information, contact your local solid waste department.
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