E-waste is discarded, surplus, obsolete, or broken electronic equipment that is near or at the end of its useful life. E-waste contains valuable and hazardous materials which require special handling and recycling methods and can be reused or recycled into a new product.
2013 E-waste Spring Challenge with Planet Green and recycled 356 qualifying items in the event thanks to our CSUN community!
Below you will find information links:
- All Waste Electronic Recycling: Provides free drop off locations and collection events for all electronic waste.
- Cal Recycle: Supplies information about electronic waste and provides additional resources to correctly dispose of them.
- E-waste guide: A knowledge base for the sustainable recycling of e-Waste.
- EPA eCycling: Information on reusing old electronics, where to recycle them, and tips on buying green.
- EPA eCycling FAQ: Most common questions on electronic recycling.
- Cal Recycle: Lists manufacturers who participate in recycling programs for their products.
- All Green Recycling: Provides recycling programs for different sized organizations – Government, corporate, small business, and residential.
- Basil Action Network (BAN): The world’s only organization focused on confronting the global environmental injustice and economic inefficiency of toxic trade (toxic wastes, products and technologies) and its devastating impacts.
- Fair Trade Recycling: A business consortium of used electronics recycling professionals who are finding real solutions for the “e-waste” problems overseas.