Last year, seven states passed legislation mandating statewide electronic waste recycling, bringing the the total number of states with such laws to 25, according to this article from Electronics TakeBack Coalition. If you haven’t already learned about the regulations governing the disposal of e-waste in your state, now is the time to read up as more states have already or will soon introduce e-waste disposal legislation.
The article includes a map comparing current and newly or soon to be introduced state e-waste legislation. Laws vary extensively from state to state, so check with your state environmental agency to learn how your e-waste is regulated.
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