Legislative Recycling and Program Management
From legislative changes to mail-back programs, Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations can provide comprehensive and cost-effective services to original equipment manufacturers of all sizes.
We're Experts in Legislative Recycling Programs—So You Don't Have To Be
As the industry leader in legislative recycling and manufacturer plan management, Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations is committed to serving its manufacturing customers’ recycling needs with a focus on integrity, environmental sustainability, and industry knowledge.
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Our team of industry experts has unique insight into voluntary and regulatory state requirements that our manufacturing customers must follow. From legislative changes to mail-back programs, Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations can provide comprehensive and cost-effective services to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of all sizes.
Our dedicated team of OEM specialists strive to create long-term, ongoing relationships with our OEM customers to better understand their companies’ unique needs. Our goal is to provide hassle-free, compliant recycling and legislative management services to our network of OEMs, so they can focus more on day-to-day manufacturing operations and less on e-recycling and compliance.
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 takeback program available to households and small businesses (10 or fewer employees) for the recycling of covered electronic devices that have reached the end of its useful life. Please visit the link below for a list of convenient collection locations in the state of Michigan.
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.
For New Jersey residents that own outdated ASUS Computer International desktops, laptops or monitors, please CLICK HERE for recycling options.
A consumer who cannot physically get to a collection site without assistance or a consumer with 50 pounds in weight or heavier and/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 at (877) 781-4030.
New Jersey covered electronic devices (CED’s) can be dropped off at any Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations business partners locations. For a list of 2020 collection sites please CLICK HERE.
Mail-Back Option: Please contact Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations to ensure your electronics are eligible to participate in our New Jersey Mail-back program. Dynamic’s robust New Jersey mail-back program covers the cost of shipping, packaging supplies and certified recycling of covered electronic devices (CED’s).
Toll-Free: (877) 781-4030
For questions in regards to the New Jersey manufacture e-waste law or general guidelines, please click here.
(Article 27, Title 26 of the Environmental Conservation Law) Allow all New York entities (households, residents, business, etc.) 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 the end-of-life electronic e-waste. For questions in regards to the New York manufacture e-waste law or general guidelines, please click here.
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.
Below entities are eligible for free recycling in New York
- Any New York Household or Resident
- For-profit entities with 49 or fewer full time employees
- Not-for-profit corporations with 74 or fewer full time employees
- Any not-for-profit 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
NEW YORK COVERED ELECTRONIC DEVICES (CED) INCLUDE:
Computers Televisions Small Scale Servers Computer Peripherals (including any cable, cord, or wiring permanently affixed to or incorporated into such product) 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
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.
For details on how to recycle your New York e-waste or specifics on what covered electronic equipment, please click here.
New York covered electronic devices (CED’s) can be dropped off at any Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations business partners locations. For a list of collection sites, please CLICK HERE call (877) 781-4030 for any questions.
Mail-Back Option: Please contact Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations to ensure your electronics are eligible to participate in our New York mail-back program. Dynamic’s robust New York mail-back program covers the cost of shipping, packaging supplies and certified recycling of covered electronic equipment (CEE’s).
Toll-Free: (877) 781-4030
The Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act – (House Bill 708), Act 108 of 2010, requires manufacturers of covered devices (computers, laptops, all types of computer monitors, computer peripherals – printers, keyboards, mice, and all types of televisions) whose products are sold in Pennsylvania to participate in the program. Manufacturers must establish an environmentally sustainable program that collects, transports and recycles covered devices at no charge to Pennsylvania households/residents and small business with 50 employees or less. Please see below for a list of convenient collections points provided by Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations in the state of Pennsylvania. Please contact Dynamic Lifecycle Innovations at (877) 781-4030 with any questions or concerns. For general information about the Pennsylvania Covered Device Recycling Act, please click here.
Fully Certified & Policy-Backed Services
Our OEM customers can have full confidence all electronic materials and components are recycled in accordance with state and federal laws, industry regulations, and our own internal environmental-safety policies. We maintain R2, e-Stewards, ISO 14001, ISO 9001, OHSAS 18001, and NAID AAA certifications, all of which are backed by our $10,000,000 pollution and $5,000,000 cyber risk liability insurance and a strict no-landfill policy.
We also provide our OEM customers the confidence of stringent downstream vendor due diligence, including annual desktop and on-site audits; focus material and CRT management, brand protection, and GPS tracking/auditing through final disposition for all material streams in accordance with EPEAT standards.