Frequent Questions

What's the basic principle behind e-Cycling?

Electronics recycling, known as eCycling, keeps valuable materials out of the waste stream by converting them back into commodities to be used in manufacturing new products.  eCycling conserves energy and natural resources (thereby protecting ecosystems) by using existing components and commodities, rather than mining and refining raw materials.  eCycling thus helps propel us closer to a world with less waste, where materials are managed from cradle to cradle and where they maintain perpetual value.

More information on eCycling can be found at: www.epa.gov/recycle/electronics-donation-and-recycling

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