You can do your part simply by trying to get just a little more life out of your electronics. Don’t panic. For those of you old enough to remember rabbit ears, “get a little more life out of it” might conjure up images of foil wrapped rabbit ears or antennas or your dad pounding atop the TV saying, “Oh, it’s fine, this TV’s got years left in it” despite the fact that it’s actually a radio. But seriously, with all of the electronic equipment out there getting even 3 months more out a device before selling or donating it can really add up. It may even prevent you some buyer’s remorse as there’s probably a bigger, better and yes, cheaper model unveiled within three months. If you are looking for an upgrade, you might also look at just replacing a couple components instead of your entire computer system. You might find that you get the upgraded performance you need with only a fraction of the waste.
Holding an E-Waste drive is a great way to ensure it doesn’t end up landfilled. Consider coordinating such a drive and donating the electronics to Goodwill, a living embodiment of the reduce, reuse, recycle hierarchy. Many working items can be resold there, right at the store and thanks to their ReConnect partnership with Dell, they’re able to recycle non-working or obsolete items, creating jobs and diverting harmful e-waste from entering landfills in the process. It was easy, educational for fellow employees and kind of fun.
If you’re absolutely certain your electronics are ready to face their flickering grave, you have some options. Many municipalities have e-waste collection programs. Check with your local municipal recycling coordinator to see if programs are available in your city or town. In addition, most of the major manufacturers or retailers offer some sort f product take pack program. If you’re buying a new item, be sure to ask about their take back recycling program for your old items. You can also check out the Earth 911 website. It allows you to search for e-cycling options in your area via your zip code. Also, the EPA’s Plug-In To eCycling partners may offer a local avenue to recycle your woeful hardware.
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