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e-cycling

(Electronics reCYCLING) Saving parts that can be reused from old computers and electronic devices and recycling the metal from the cases and other components. Older computers and monitors can be taken to retail establishments such as Staples and Best Buy, and the location of the nearest recycling center can be found at Earth911.com (www.earth911.com). For a list of state recycling centers, visit www.epa.gov/epawaste/conserve/materials/ecycling/live.htm. See National Cristina Foundation and RAFT.
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Eric Lundgren is obsessed with recycling electronics.
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Schools can make money recycling electronics through companies such as TerraCycle, which provides rebates for laptops, tablets and e-readers, based on the condition of the devices.
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Consumers pay the stewardship program provider a proportionate environmental handling fee to cover the costs of recycling electronics safely here in Canada.
Companies must demonstrate that they are safely handling and recycling electronics.
Recycling Electronics, bulk and recycling will be collected with fees for some items, 8-11 a.
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But the expense of recycling electronics means organisations are normally charged by companies who take it away and there are criminals who will pay to get their hands on electric goods to strip them for valuable items.
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