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State Recycling Requirements

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Connecticut
To find out where Connecticut residents can go to recycle used electronic devices, call 1-888-424-4193 or visit the state’s ewaste webpage.

Hawaii
To learn more about Hawaii’s electronics recycling restrictions, visit the state’s ewaste webpage.
You also can call 1-808-586-4226 or one of the following numbers from neighboring islands:  
Hawaii: 1-974-4000-6-4226-#
Maui: 1-984-2400-6-4226-#
Molokai & Lanai: 1-800-468-4644-6-4226-#
Kauai: 1-274-3141-6-4226-#

Illinois
For information on where Illinois residents can go to recycle used electronic devices, call 1-217-524-6713 or visit the state’s ewaste webpage.

Indiana
To learn more about Indiana’s electronics recycling restrictions, call the Indiana Department of Environmental Management  Office of Pollution Prevention and Technical Assistance at 1-800-988-7901 or visit the state’s recycling webpage.

Minnesota
To learn more about Minnesota’s electronics recycling restrictions, call the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency at 1-651-296-6300 or 1-800-657-3864, or visit the state’s ewaste web page.

New Jersey
To find a collection site for free computer, monitor, portable computer and TV e-cycling, call 1-866-DEPKNOW (1-866-337-5669) or visit the state’s collection site page.

New York
To learn more about New York’s electronics recycling restrictions, visit the state’s webpage.

Pennsylvania
To learn more about Pennsylvania’s electronics recycling restrictions, call 1-800-346-4242 or visit the state’s webpage.

Rhode Island
To learn more about Rhode Island’s electronics recycling restrictions, call Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation at 1-401-942-1430 or visit the organization’s webpage.

South Carolina
To learn more about South Carolina’s electronics recycling restrictions, call 1-800-768-7348 or visit the state’s webpage.

Texas
To learn more about legally disposing and recycling televisions in Texas, visit the state’s webpage.

Wisconsin
It’s illegal to discard most electronics in the trash in Wisconsin. To learn more about legally recycling them, visit dnr.wi.gov and search "ecycle".