Never put electronics in your trash or recycling carts or bins, but you can get these collected for no extra charge. If Recology Del Norte has collected trash from your single-family residence for the past three months, you are eligible for two free bulky item collections each year. One of those bulky items can be a [...]
Electronic discards may be recycled daily at the Del Norte County Transfer Station. Just keep e-waste separated, as electronics are placed in containers separated from other trash. Televisions, computer monitors, and cell phones are accepted for no charge. The minimum charge for up to 40 pounds of e-waste is half of the minimum charge for mixed [...]
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. You can reduce your generation of e-waste by buying devices that are more durable, or which can be easily repaired. Reuse still functioning electronic equipment by donating or selling it to someone who can still use it, or by buying used equipment. Recycle those components that cannot be repaired.
Electronic product discards, sometimes called ‘e-waste’ can include computers, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, fax machines, printers, electronic games, audio or video equipment, digital clocks, phones, and most anything with a circuit board in it. Such e-waste products often contain heavy metals and other materials that make them hazardous, and it is illegal to dispose of e-waste [...]