The state of New Jersey is working to reform its e-scrap law, and lawmakers plan to have a bill to send to the governor by next month.
The collapse of e-scrap company Creative Recycling Systems is still being felt in South Carolina, where nearly a dozen solid waste agencies are being sued by Creative’s former landlord.
Goodwill Industries in Indiana is no longer accepting TVs at some locations due to CRT recycling issues, and a modular computer concept looks for funding.
The Canadian province of Saskatchewan is asking local governments and electronics recycling stakeholders whether appliances, toys and other items should be added to the jurisdiction’s extended producer responsibility program. Continue Reading
The state of Wisconsin is pleased with how its e-scrap program is going, but officials said in a recent report the program needs to be amended for the successes to continue.
An Arizona for-profit business shares electronics disassembly tips with a local nonprofit group, and a Minnesota county boosts fees it charges individuals who drop off display devices. Continue Reading
A petition opposing e-scrap exports grabs more backers, and a North Dakota municipality joins with a nonprofit group to boost electronics recovery. Continue Reading