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Reuse

Most electronic waste (computers, monitor, televisions, printers) contain toxins such as lead, cadmium and mercury. Please donate electronics to a non-profit organization if they are in good working condition. Always call the non-profit before transporting.

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Washington State E-Cycle Program

Households: residents of Washington State; Small businesses: businesses in Washington State with less than 50 employees; Charitable organizations: charitable organizations in Washington State that qualify for a taxation exemption under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986; Schools and school districts: schools, both public and private, and school districts in Washington State through grade 12 can use this program [colleges, universities and vocational schools are not eligible unless they meet the definition of a small business (see the Focus Sheet for Schools and School Districts for more information)]; Special purpose districts: The Municipal Research and Services Center of Washington maintains a list of special purpose districts in Washington State [not all eligible special purpose districts are included in this list. Contact Miles Kuntz (miku461@ecy.wa.gov) to determine eligibility for special purpose districts not on the list]; and Small governments: small governments are defined as a government agency for a city in Washington State with a population less than 50,000 or a county in Washington State with a population less than 125,000 can recycle computers, computer monitors, televisions, laptops and e-readers free of charge at E-Cycle Washington's participating sites.   

 

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