Legislation

Electronic recycling legislation by state

There are currently 25 states along with the District of Columbia that have enacted electronics recycling legislation. Our team of industry experts is dedicated to being the leader in legislative recycling. For information related to the electronics recycling legislation in each state, please see the individual links below.

The California Electronic Waste Recycling Act of 2003, which helped to establish the Covered Electronic Waste (CEW) Recycling Program established a system to fund the collection and recycling of electronic waste. The CEW Program is intended to provide convenient recycling of unwanted electronics for all residents in the state. California’s recycling legislation is funded with fees paid by consumers at the time they purchase new covered electronic devices (CEDs). 

Products that are covered by the California Electronic Waste Recycling Act
Laptop computers, computer monitors, printers, video game consoles, televisions, portable DVD players, tablets, e-readers, digital picture frames

Who is covered by the California Electronic Waste Recycling Act 
Households, primary and secondary schools, small businesses (less than 100 employees), small non-profits (less than 100 employees)

For information about the California Electronic Waste Recycling Act, visit the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery website.

The Connecticut Electronics Recycling Law (CT General Statute Sections 22a-629 through 22a640) requires manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) to participate in a recycling program.  Manufacturers can join the state-wide program or may choose to implement a private program to finance the collection, transportation, and recycling of CEDs from consumers in the state. The Connecticut Electronics Recycling Law also requires that municipalities provide a collection of CEDs from its residents.  Manufacturers of computer equipment participating in the state-wide program are responsible for funding the recycling of computer equipment of their brand. Manufacturers of televisions participating in the state-wide program are responsible for financing the recycling of their market share of the total television weight collected in the state. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.

Products that are covered by the Connecticut Electronics Recycling Law
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, printers, televisions

Who is covered by the Connecticut Electronics Recycling Law
Households

For information about the Connecticut Electronics Recycling Law, visit the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection website.

The District of Columbia Sustainable Solid Waste Management Act of 2014 requires manufacturers of covered electronic equipment (CEE) whose products are sold in the District to collect and recycle electronic waste generated in the District at no charge to the consumer. CEE Manufacturers are required to register with the Department of Energy and Environment and implement a collection and recycling plan.

Products that are covered by the District of Columbia Solid Waste Management Act
Desktop and laptop computers, small-scale server, portable digital music players that are battery powered, tablets and e-readers with screens larger than 6”, computer peripherals (defined as computer monitors, keyboards, mice, speakers sold with computers, printers weighing 100 pounds or less), televisions, television peripherals (defined as VCRs, DVD players, DVRs, signal converter boxes, cable and satellite receivers, gaming consoles used with TVs)

Who is covered by the District of Columbia Solid Waste Management Act
Households, small business (less than 100 employees), small non-profits (less than 100 employees)

Mail-Back
Dynamic’s robust mail-back program covers the cost of shipping, packaging supplies, and certified recycling of CEDs. This is available to District of Columbia consumers who are eligible for free recycling and have CEDs from a manufacturer listed on our mail-back page.

To ensure your electronics are eligible to participate in our mail-back program, call (877) 781-4030 or email mailback@thinkdynamic.com.

For information about the District of Columbia Solid Waste Management Act, visit the Department of Energy and Environment website.

The Hawaii Electronic Waste and Television Recycling and Recovery law require manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) and televisions whose products are sold in the state to operate a recycling program at no charge to the consumer. CED manufacturers are required to register with the Department of Health and implement a recycling program.

Products that are covered by the Hawaii Electronic Waste and Television Recycling and Recovery law
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, portable computer with a screen of 4”, printers, televisions

Who is covered by the Hawaii Electronic Waste and Television Recycling and Recovery law
Households, government entity, business, non-profits

For information about the Hawaii Electronic Waste and Television Recycling and Recovery law, visit the Hawaii Department of Health website.

The State of Illinois Consumer Electronics Recycling Act, also referred to as CERA (415 ILCS 151), implements a convenience standard for the collection of covered electronic devices (CEDs). The convenience standard requires manufacturers to create and fund an e-waste program for the transportation and recycling of CEDs in counties that have elected to participate. Manufacturers can operate an independent e-waste program, or join the manufacturer clearinghouse to run a cooperative e-waste program. The convenience standard requires that manufacturer e-waste programs include a minimum number of collection sites or one-day collection events, based on the population within each county that is participating in the program. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.

Products that are covered by the Illinois Consumer Electronics Recycling Act 
Desktop and laptop computers, small scale servers, computer monitors, televisions, printers, fax machines, scanners, DVD Players, VCRs, digital video disc recorder, video game consoles, digital converter boxes, cable and satellite receivers, electronic keyboards, electronic mice, portable digital music players that have memory capability and are battery powered

Who is covered by the Illinois Consumer Electronics Recycling Act
Households 

For information about the Illinois Consumer Electronics Recycling Act, visit the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency website.

The Indiana E-Cycle Program (Electronic Waste Law Indiana Code 13-20.2) requires manufacturers of video display devices (VDDs) to arrange for the collection and recycling of 60% by weight of the VDDs they sell to Indiana households. Manufacturers can recycle any covered electronic device (CEDs) to fulfill their recycling obligation. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.

Products that are covered by the Indiana E-Cycle program
Desktop and laptop computers, tablets, printers, computer monitors, televisions, e-readers with displays over 4”, computer keyboards, computer mice, external hard drives, DVD players, including gaming systems that can play DVDs, VCRs, DVRs, fax machines, digital photo frame, digital media player, mp3 player, camcorder, camera, portable GPS navigation system

Who is covered by the Indiana E-Cycle program
Households, public schools, including pre-school, elementary school, high school, charter school, a small business (less than 100 employees and gross receipts under $10,000,000)

For information about the Indiana E-Cycle program, visit the Indiana Department of Environmental Management website.

The Maine Product Stewardship Program For Recycling E-Waste requires manufacturers to finance the collection, handling, and recycling of covered electronic devices (CEDs). Manufacturers of computer equipment pay state-approved consolidators that collect CEDs from consumers in the state based on the manufacturers’ return share. Manufacturers of televisions pay state-approved consolidators who act as collectors, based on their market share in the state. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection. 

Products that are covered by the Maine Product Stewardship Program For Recycling E-Waste
Laptop computers, computer monitors, printers, video game consoles, televisions, portable DVD players, tablets, e-readers, digital picture frames

Who is covered by the Maine Product Stewardship Program For Recycling E-Waste 
Households, primary and secondary schools, small businesses (less than 100 employees), small non-profits (less than 100 employees)

For information about the Maine Product Stewardship Program For Recycling E-Waste, visit the Maine Department of Environmental Protection website.

The Maryland Statewide Electronics Recycling Program, also known as Maryland eCycling (Sections 9-1727 to 9-1730), requires manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) to register with the Maryland Department of the Environment and pay an annual registration fee. Manufacturers may reduce their annual registration fee by choosing to implement a take-back program for the collection and recycling or reuse of CEDs of their brand at no charge to the consumer. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Maryland Department of the Environment.

Products that are covered by the Maryland Statewide Electronics Recycling program
Desktops, laptop computers, computer monitors, televisions

Who is covered by the Maryland Statewide Electronics Recycling program
Households, business, government entities, non-profits

Before recycling, electronics consumers should remove all personal data from their electronic equipment.  (a) deleting the data on the hard-disk drives and any other storage devices in the products, (b) backing up or transferring any data before deletion, and (c) removing any removable media, such as diskettes, CDs, or PC Cards. There are a few data-erasure software options available to the public to ensure personal data is removed from electronics before recycling.

Mail-Back Option

Dynamic’s robust mail-back program covers the cost of shipping, packaging supplies, and certified recycling of CEDs. This is available to Maryland consumers who are eligible for free recycling and have CEDs from a manufacturer listed on our mail-back page.

To ensure your electronics are eligible to participate in our mail-back program call  (877) 781-4030 or email mailback@thinkdynamic.com.

For information about the Maryland Statewide Electronics Recycling Program, visit the Maryland Department of the Environment website.

The Michigan Electronic Waste Takeback Program (Part 173, Electronics, of the Natural Resources and Environmental Act, 1994 PA 451) requires manufacturers of computers and televisions to implement a take-back program available to households and small businesses (10 or fewer employees) for the recycling of covered electronic devices that have reached the end of their useful life. Manufacturers must register annually with the Michigan Department of Environmental, Great Lakes, and Energy.

Products that are covered by the Michigan Electronic Waste Takeback Program
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, printers, and televisions

Who is covered by the Michigan Electronic Waste Takeback Program
Households and small business (less than ten employees)

Click here for information regarding Michigan collection sites.

For information about the Michigan Electronic Waste Takeback Program, visit the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
website.

The State of Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act (Minnesota Statute 115A.1310 – 115A.1330) requires manufacturers of video display devices (VDD) whose products are sold in the state to collect and recycle covered electronic devices (CEDs) generated by Minnesota consumers to fulfill their recycling obligation. A manufacturer’s annual recycling obligation is based on their market share of the total weight of VDDs that was sold to Minnesota households.  Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.


Products that are covered by Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act 
Desktop and laptop computers, tablets, printers, computer monitors, televisions, computer keyboards, computer mice, DVD players, VCRs, fax machines

 

Who is covered by the Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act 
Households 


For information about the Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act, visit the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency website.

The Missouri Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection Act (Missouri Statutes Sections 260.1050 to 260.1101, RSMo) requires manufacturers of computers to implement a recovery plan to collect and recycle or reuse computer equipment of their brand at no charge to the consumer.  Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

Products that are covered by the Missouri Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection Act 
Desktops, laptops, computer monitors, electronic keyboards and electronic mice if sold as a package by the manufacturer

Who is covered by the Missouri Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection Act
Households and home businesses

For information about the Missouri Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection Act, visit the Missouri Department of Natural Resources website.

The New Jersey Electronic Waste Management Act (N.J.S.A.13:1E-99.94 et seq.) requires Manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) to implement a plan to provide for the collection, transportation, and recycling of a required amount of CEDs. Manufacturers of TVs are responsible for a market share obligation of the statewide recycling goal, and manufacturers of other non-TV CED items are responsible for a return share obligation of the statewide recycling goal. Manufacturers must register annually with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

Products that are covered by the New Jersey Electronic Waste Management Act
Desktop and personal computers, computer monitors, desktop printers, desktop fax machine, and televisions

Who is covered by the New Jersey Electronic Waste Management Act
Households, a state entity, school district, local government unit, and small business (less than 50 employees)

*Consumers who cannot physically get to a collection site without assistance, or consumers with 50 pounds in weight or heavier or unwieldy covered electronic devices, including, but not limited to, flat-screen televisions with screens greater than 40” measured diagonally, and projection televisions may contact Dynamic for assistance.

New Jersey CEDs can be dropped off at any Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations partner locations or any 2020 collection site.

Mail-Back:

Dynamic’s robust mail-back program covers the cost of shipping, packaging supplies, and certified recycling of CEDs. This is available to New Jersey consumers who are eligible for free recycling and have CEDs from a manufacturer listed on our mail-back page.

To ensure your electronics are eligible to participate in our mail-back program call  (877) 781-4030 or email mailback@thinkdynamic.com.

For information about the New Jersey Electronic Waste Management Act, visit the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection website.

The New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act (Article 27, Title 26 of the Environmental Conservation Law) allows all New York entities to recycle electronic waste (e-waste) in an environmentally sustainable manner at no charge (minus charging for Premium Services stated below). Manufacturers are required to establish a convenient program for the collection and recycling of covered electronic devices (CED) or reuse of electronic waste. Manufacturers of CED’s will be responsible for the implementation of an acceptance program for end-of-life electronic e-waste.  Manufacturers must register annually with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

Premium Services
Collection, transportation, and recycling of Covered Electronic Devices must be free to all New York Covered Entities except for the following exemptions: For-profit entities with 50 or more full-time equivalents, Not-for-profit corporations not including a 501(c)(3) non-profit with 75 or more full-time equivalents, and any “premium services” provided to a covered entity including equipment and data security, refurbishment for reuse by the consumer, and other premium services as determined by the NYS DEC.

Products that are covered by the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act
Desktop and personal computers, televisions, small scale servers, computer peripherals (including any cable, cord, or wiring permanently affixed to or incorporated into such product), computer monitors, electronic keyboards, electronic mice or similar pointing devices, facsimile machines (only if intended for use with a computer and weighing less than 100 pounds), document scanners (only if intended for use with a computer and weighing less than 100 pounds), Printers (only if intended for use with a computer and weighing less than 100 pounds), small electronic equipment (including any cable, cord, or wiring permanently affixed to or incorporated into such product), VCRs, digital video recorders, portable digital music players, DVD players, digital converter boxes, cable or satellite receivers, electronic or video game consoles

Who is covered by the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act for free recycling
Households, for-profit entities ( less than 49  full-time employees), not-for-profit corporations (less than 74  full-time employees), any nonprofit corporation designated under section 501(c )(3) of the internal revenue code, New York government entities, a public corporation, public school, school district, private or parochial school or board of cooperative educational services

IMPORTANT: CONSUMER DATA ON COMPUTER HARDWARE
You are responsible for all confidential data that may be stored on the computer hardware. Before you ship any computer hardware for recycling, you are responsible for: (a) deleting the data on the hard-disk drives and any other storage devices in the products, (b) backing up or transferring any data prior to deletion, and (c) removing any removable media, such as diskettes, CDs, or PC cards.

New York covered electronic equipment CEDs can be dropped off at a Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations partner locations or one of the 2020 collection sites.

Mail-Back: 
Dynamic’s robust mail-back program covers the cost of shipping, packaging supplies, and certified recycling of CEDs. This is available to New York consumers who are eligible for free recycling and have CEDs from a manufacturer listed on our mail-back page or have recently purchased CEDs from the listed manufacturers and want to return their old equipment of the same type made by another manufacturer.

To ensure your electronics are eligible to participate in our mail-back program call (877) 781-4030 or email mailback@thinkdynamic.com.

For information about the New York State Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act, visit the New York Department of Environmental Conservation website.

The North Carolina Discarded Computer Equipment and Television Management Act (Session Law 2010-67) establishes an electronics recycling program for the State of North Carolina with shared responsibility between manufacturers, retailers, local and state governments, and consumers. Manufacturers of computer equipment must implement a recovery plan that, at minimum, takes back computer equipment of their brand. Manufacturers of televisions are required to recycle their market share of televisions sold to consumers in the state. Manufacturers are also required to register with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality and participate in a recycling program.

Products that are covered by the North Carolina Discarded Computer Equipment and Television Management Act
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, printers, televisions

Who is covered by the North Carolina Computer Equipment and Television Act
Households, non-profits (less than 10 employees)

For information about the North Carolina Discarded Computer Equipment and Television Management act, visit the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality website.

The Oklahoma Computer Equipment Recovery Act (Senate Bill 1631) requires manufacturers of computers and computer monitors to implement a recovery program for the collection and recycling or reuse of covered devices of their brand at no charge to the consumer. Manufacturer’s recovery plans must be considered reasonably convenient and designed to meet the collection needs of consumers in the state. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality.

Products that are covered by the Oklahoma Computer Equipment Recovery Act
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors

Who is covered by the Oklahoma Computer Equipment Recovery Act
Households and home businesses

For information about the Oklahoma Computer Equipment Recovery Act, visit the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality website

The Oregon Electronics Recycling Law, also known as Oregon E-Cycles (Statue 459A.300-.365), requires manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) to participate in a recycling program.  Manufacturers may choose to participate in the State Contractor Program or may implement their program to collect and recycle CEDs sold to consumers in the state. Manufacturers are participating in the State Contractor Program fund the program by paying registration fees based on the return share of CEDs from consumers in the state.  Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.

Products that are covered by the Oregon E-Cycles Program
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, televisions

Who is covered by the Oregon E-Cycles Program 
Households, small businesses (less than 10 employees), non-profits

For information about the Oregon E-Cycles Program, visit the Oregon Department of the Environmental Quality website.

The Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act  (House Bill 708), Act 108 of 2010, requires manufacturers of covered devices whose products are sold in Pennsylvania to participate in a recycling program. Manufacturers must establish, conduct and manage an environmentally sustainable program that collects, transports and recycles covered electronic devices (CEDs) at no charge to Pennsylvania residents.  

Products that are covered by the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act
Desktop and personal computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals (printers, keyboards, mice) and televisions.

Who is covered by the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act
Households, and small business (less than 50 employees)

Pennsylvania CEDs can be dropped off at any Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations partners locations or any 2020 collection sites.

For information about the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act, visit the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection website.

The Rhode Island Electronic Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling Act (Chapter 23-24.10) require manufacturers of covered electronic products (CEPs) to participate in an electronic take-back program.  Manufacturers can join a state-run take-back program or can choose to implement their program to finance the collection and recycling or reuse of CEPs in the state. Manufacturers of CEPs are responsible for funding the recycling of CEPs based on the return share of their brand.  Manufacturers of televisions are responsible for financing the recycling of televisions based on their market share in the state. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.

Products that are covered by the Rhode Island Electronic Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling Act
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, tablets over 9”, televisions

Who is covered by the Rhode Island Electronic Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling Ac
Households, public and private elementary and secondary schools

For information about the Rhode Island Electronic Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling Act, visit the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management website.

The South Carolina Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Information Technology Equipment Collection and Recovery Act (Title 48 – Environmental Protection and Conservation, Chapter 60) requires manufacturers of covered computer devices (CCDs) and covered televisions to implement electronic recovery programs at no charge to the consumer. Manufacturers of computer devices must implement a recovery program to take back covered computer devices of their brand. Manufacturers of televisions must implement a recovery program to take back their market share of covered televisions sold to consumers in the state. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.

Products covered by the South Carolina Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience IT Equipment Collection and Recovery Act
Desktop and laptop computers, printer, computer monitor, televisions

Who is covered by the South Carolina Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience IT Equipment Collection and Recovery Act
Households and home businesses

For information about the South Carolina Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience IT Equipment Collection and Recovery Act, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control website.

The Utah Disposal of Electronic Waste Act (Senate Bill 184) requires manufacturers of consumer electronic devices (CEDs) to implement a public education program to inform consumers how to recycle legacy electronics responsibly.  The Utah electronics recycling legislation is unique from most other states in that it does not mandate recycling, or require that manufacturers of CEDs fund the recycling programs in the state. Manufacturers are required to report annually to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality.

Products that are covered by the Utah Disposal of Electronic Waste Act
Desktop and laptop computers, tablets, computer monitors, televisions, printers, keyboards and mice, DVD players, VCRs, satellite receivers

Who is covered by the Utah Disposal of Electronic Waste Act 
Households

For information about the Utah Disposal of Electronic Waste Act, visit the Utah Department of Environmental Quality website.

The Vermont E-Cycles Program (Title 10, Chapter 166) requires manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) to participate in a recycling program.  Manufacturers can join the state-run Standard Plan or may choose to implement their opt-out plan to collect, transport, and recycle CEDs. Manufacturers operating an opt-out plan are responsible for fulfilling their electronic waste program goals based on their market share.  Manufacturers participating in the state-run Standard Plan pay an implementation fee based on their market share and the total cost to operate the program. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation.

Products that are covered by the Vermont E-Cycles Program 
Desktop and laptop computers, tablets, computer monitors, electronic keyboards and electronic mice, printers, televisions

Who is covered by the Vermont E-Cycles program 
Households, school districts, charities, small businesses (less than 10 employees)

For information about the Vermont E-Cycles Program, visit the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation website.

The Virginia Computer Recover and Recycling Act (Section 10.1-1425.27 through 10.1-1425.38) requires manufacturers of computer equipment to implement a recovery and recycling program to allow consumers to recycle or reuse computer equipment of their brand at no charge to the consumer.  Manufacturer’s recovery plans must be considered reasonably convenient and designed to meet the collection needs of consumers in the Commonwealth. Manufacturers must register annually with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.

Products that are covered by the Virginia Computer Recover and Recycling Act
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors

Who is covered by the Virginia Computer Recover and Recycling Act
Households and home businesses

For information about the Virginia Computer Recover and Recycling Act, visit the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality website.

The state of Texas has implemented two separate electronics recycling laws for computer equipment and televisions. Texas Recycles TVs Program (Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 328, Subchapter J) requires manufacturers of televisions to implement a recovery plan to collect and reuse or recycle their market share of covered television equipment. The Texas Recycles Computers Program (Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 328, Subchapter I) requires manufacturers of computer equipment to implement a recovery plan to collect and reuse or recycle computer devices of their brand. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Products that are covered by Texas Recycles TVs, and Texas Recycles Computers program
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitor, electronic keyboards and electronic mice if of the same brand as the computer, televisions

Who is covered by Texas Recycles TVs and Texas Recycles Computers program
Households and home businesses

Texas computer equipment and televisions can be dropped off at any Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations partner locations or any 2020 collection site.

For information on Texas recycling programs visit: 
Texas Recycles TVs Program
Texas Recycles Computers Program

The Washington Electronic Product Recycling Law, also known as the E-Cycle Washington program (Title 70, Chapter 70.95N), requires manufacturers of covered electronic products (CEPs) to participate in a recycling program.  Manufacturers can join the State Standard Plan or may implement their program to collect, transport, and recycle CEPs produced by any manufacturer from consumers in the state. Manufacturers are required to annually support the recycling of their equivalent share of weight based on their market share in the state and total pounds collected. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Washington Department of Ecology.

Products that are covered by the Washington Electronic Product Recycling Law
Desktop and laptop computers, tablets, computer monitors, e-readers, televisions

Who is covered by the Washington Electronic Product Recycling Law 
Households, charities, school districts, small businesses (less than 50 employees), special State purpose districts, and small governments (city with under 50,000 residents and a county under 125,000 residents)

For information about the Washington Electronic Product Recycling Law, visit the Washington Department of Ecology website.

The West Virginia Covered Electronic Device Take Back Program (Senate Bill No 746) incentivizes manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) to implement a take-back program to collect and recycle, refurbish or reuse CEDs of their brand at no charge to the consumer.  Manufacturers that implement a take-back program must provide a reasonably convenient method of recycling to consumers in the state. Manufacturers may choose not to enforce a take-back program and are then required to pay higher annual registration fees. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection.

Products that are covered by the West Virginia Covered Electronic Device Take-Back program
Desktop and laptop computers, computer monitors, televisions

Who is covered by the West Virginia Covered Electronic Device Take-Back program
Households, government entities, schools, business

For information about the West Virginia Covered Electronic Device Take-Back Program, visit the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection website.

The State of Wisconsin E-Cycle Wisconsin Program (2009 Wisconsin Act 50) requires manufacturers of covered electronic devices (CEDs) whose products are sold in the state to help fund the collection and recycling of CEDs generated by Wisconsin covered entities. A manufacturer must annually fulfill their recycling obligation which is equal to 80% of the weight of CEDs they sold to Wisconsin covered entities. Manufacturers are required to register annually with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Products that are covered by the Wisconsin E-Cycle program
Desktop and laptop computers, tablets, printers, computer monitors, televisions, e-readers with displays over 7”, computer keyboards, computer mice, external hard drives, DVD players, VCRs, DVRs, fax machines

Who is covered by the Wisconsin E-Cycle program
 Households, K-12 public schools, parental choice program schools

For information about the Wisconsin E-Cycle program, visit the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website.