Where To Recycle Electronics

It’s often difficult to know what to do with electronics, and some places charge for recycling electronics (I’m looking at you my local EDCO for desktop computers). So to help in trying to find places that recycle electronics for free, Consumer Reports has published a great article.

Recycling electronics

Conveniently called “Where to recycle electronics, free” the article includes some compelling reasons to recycle (e.g., The cathode-ray tube in old-style TVs and computer monitors contains 4 to 8 pounds of lead, a neurotoxin), as well as a list of companies that help you recycle (via drop off centers, mail in programs, etc) AND links to public programs.

Take a look here.

2 thoughts on “Where To Recycle Electronics

  1. I believe it’s actually up to the consumer to be sure of the security of their data before sending the electronics off to be recycled. But true, it is something to be concerned about.

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