Recycling and Electronic Waste


Maine’s Electronic Waste Law

Beginning July 20, 2006, all waste computer monitors and televisions generated by households in Maine must be recycled (unless shipped out of state for disposal). Please contact your local municipality for information about how and where to recycle your computer monitors and television sets in your area. For more information about Maine’s electronic waste law, please visit the Maine Department of Environmental Protection web site at http://www.maine.gov/dep/rwm/ewaste/index.htm.

 

Maryland’s Electronic Waste Law

Maryland's Statewide Electronics Recycling Program requires manufacturers of certain electronic devices to register with the Maryland Department of the Environment and pay a registration fee if they intend to sell covered electronic devices in Maryland on or after January 1, 2008. Please refer to the Maryland Department of the Environment web site for more information: www.mde.state.md.us/eCycling. General Digital offers free recycling (including packaging and shipping) to Maryland customers on any General Digital product covered by Maryland law. Please call General Digital at 860.282.2900 or 800.952.2535, ext. 129 for information on how to return your covered electronic device to us.

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