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Sterling Security Service supports the responsible disposal and recycling of electronics products. Certain electronic products contain potentially hazardous materials, such as lead and mercury, that can pose a risk to human health and the environment if not properly managed. In some states, many types of electronics are banned from landfills and incinerators (in other words, may not be put in the trash).

Customers can find more information about electronics recycling options on the following websites:

Nationwide resources

 

State resources

Arkansas

Department of Environmental Quality

California

Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery

Connecticut

Department of Environmental Protection

Hawaii

Department of Health

Illinois

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency

Indiana

Office of Pollution Prevention

Maine

Maine Department of Environmental Protection

Maryland

Department of the Environment

Michigan

Department of Natural Resources and Environment

Minnesota

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Missouri

Department of Natural Resources

New Jersey

Department of Environmental Protection

New York

Department of Environmental Conservation

North Carolina

Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Oklahoma

Department of Environmental Quality

Oregon

Department of Environmental Quality

Rhode Island

Department of Environmental Management

South Carolina

Department of Health and Environmental Control

Texas

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Vermont

Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation

Virginia

Department of Environmental Quality

Washington

Washington Department of Ecology – E-Cycle Washington

West Virginia

Solid Waste Management Board

Wisconsin

Department of Natural Resources

 

Last Updated: 08/08/2018