New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill overhauling the state’s e-scrap program. It was identical to legislation he pocket vetoed in 2016.
Over the summer, the state of New York announced it would hand out $3 million in grants to help local governments recycle electronics. Nearly $2 million of that money is still available.
Washington’s collection numbers continue their downward trend, and curbside e-scrap collection comes to an end in a South Carolina community.