electronics recycling

electronics recycling


At one time, jcpenney sold, or may have sold, televisions with the "jcpenney", "Accu Scan" and "Penncrest" brand names. If you are a household wanting to dispose of such a brand television in the state of Maine, please contact your local municipality for how your television can be collected and recycled. jcpenney has engaged Veolia ES Technical Solutions, L.L.C., formerly known as Onyx Special Services, Inc., to collect these brand televisions from consolidators in Maine and to recycle those televisions. This is part of Maine's electronic waste recycling law. More information on this Maine program can be found at the official web site of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection at http://www.maine.gov/dep/rwm/ewaste/



Minnesota households that are interested in recycling televisions, laptop computers, and computer monitors with displays larger than 9 inches (measured diagonally) can contact the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for information at: 




Oregon E-Cycles, a new program created by Oregon’s Electronics Recycling Law and financed by electronics manufacturers, provides free recycling of computers, monitors and TVs to anyone with seven or fewer items to recycle at a time. For more information, visit www.oregonecycles.org or call 1-888-5-ECYCLE.

Rhode Island


Rhode Island households that are interested in recycling computers, computer monitors, combination units (CPUs with monitors), laptops (with a screen greater than 9 inches diagonally), televisions (including CRT, LCD and plasma, with a screen greater than 9 inches diagonally) and similar video display devices with a screen greater than 9 inches diagonally which contains a circuit board, can contact the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management at http://www.dem.ri.gov/ewaste/index.htm#law for more information.



Households in the state of Washington that are interested in recycling monitors having a viewable area greater than four inches when measured diagonally; a desktop computer; a laptop or a portable computer; or any video display device having a viewable area greater than four inches when measured diagonally can contact the State of Washington Department of Ecology at 1-800-RECYCLE or http://1800recycle.wa.gov/ 



For information on where Connecticut residents can go to recycle used electronic devices, please visit http://www.ct.gov/dep/ewastedropoff or call this toll-free telephone number: 1-888-424-4193



Illinois households interested in recycling computers, computer monitors, televisions with screens larger than four (4) inches measured diagonally, and printers taken out of service from residences in the state may contact the State’s recycling program for a list of collection sites at: http://www.epa.state.il.us/land/citizen-involvement/recycling/index.html.

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Indiana households interested in recycling computers, fax machines, DVD players, video cassette recorders, televisions, or video display devises with a screen larger than four (4) inches, measured diagonally, may contact the State at (800) 988-7901 or visit http://www.in.gov/recycle.

To find the location of your e-waste collection program, contact your local SWMD or find a local collection site by clicking on: local collection program  in your county that is participating in the new E-Waste Program.




Many electronics may not be thrown in the trash. E-Cycle Wisconsin provides easy and affordable recycling for Wisconsin residents. Visit http://www.dnr.wi.gov and search “e-cycle” for more information.




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