States have different policies and options for recycling certain types of electronic waste, such as printers, desktop computers, laptops, tablets, televisions (including CRT, LCD, and plasma), and video display devices. See below for information on electronic waste recycling for residents of select states.

Connecticut

For information on where Connecticut residents can go to recycle used electronic devices, or call toll-free 1-888-424-4193.

District of Columbia

Learn how to recycle electronics at doee.dc.gov/ecycle.

Hawaii

For information on electronic waste recycling, or call 1-808-586-4226.

Illinois

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Indiana

Many electronics may not be thrown in the trash in Indiana. Indiana E-Cycle provides easy and affordable recycling for Indiana residents. for more information.

Minnesota

For information on electronic waste recycling, or call 1-800-657-3864.

New Jersey

Free e-cycling for computers, monitors, portable computers, and TVs at participating collection sites near you. For more information, or call 1-866-DEPKNOW (small businesses with fewer than 50 full-time employees included).

New York

For information on electronic waste recycling, or call 1-518-402-8706.

Oregon

For information on electronic waste recycling, or call 1-888-532-9253.

Pennsylvania

For information on electronic waste recycling, or call 1-800-346-4242.

Puerto Rico

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Rhode Island

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Texas

For information regarding the legal disposition and recycling of covered television equipment (TVs), .

Alternatively, you can comply by providing consumers with the required info through your company’s toll-free number and website.

Vermont

For information on electronic waste recycling, visit call 1-855-6ecycle.

Washington

E-Cycle Washington provides free e-cycling for computers, monitors, and TVs at participating collection sites near you. For recycling locations, visit call 1-800-Recycle.

Wisconsin

Many electronics may not be thrown in the trash. E-Cycle Wisconsin provides easy and affordable recycling for Wisconsin residents. Visit for more information.