E-Cycle Washington

Washington’s FREE, convenient and environmentally responsible electronics recycling program has been operational since January 1, 2009. Products accepted at E-Cycle Washington drop-off sites are: computers, monitors, laptops, tablet computers, televisions, portable DVD players and e-readers.

Total volume of electronics collected for recycling through E-Cycle Washington as of January 2015:  253,225,925 pounds

 

 

 

 


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LightRecycle Washington

Washington Light Recycle

As of January 1, 2015, Washington State residents will be able to recycle mercury-containing lights at no charge, through the LightRecycle Washington Program. You can  drop lights off at authorized Collection Sites throughout Washington State. Categories of acceptable lights include fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) and high intensity discharge lights (HIDs),

  • Why Recycle?
  • Reducing mercury releases in two steps.
    Step 1: Use energy-efficient lighting.  Step 2: Recycle your lights.

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Waste 2 Resources

The Waste 2 Resources Program helps you figure out what you can do to reduce solid logo2-doewaste and safely manage what remains. If not managed wisely, solid wastes can contribute to air and water pollution, and pose a threat to human health.  Waste 2 Resources provides detailed information in the following categories: PREVENTING WASTE, REDUCING TOXIC CHEMICALS, RECYCLING, SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, ORGANIC MATERIALS MANAGEMENT, GRANTS, and RESOURCES.