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May 2018

Hard to Recycle Household Electronics and What to do With Them

Americans have about 24 electronic products per household and annual sales for devices are more than $206 billion. While we bring new devices into our homes, sometimes the old ones get left behind. For example, we can end up with an old tube TV stashed away, a broken refrigerator sitting in a garage, or dead batteries in a junk drawer. From smoke detectors to AC units, there are plenty of common household items that are hard to clear out because of rules and regulations due to hazardous waste found within them! Since kicking these devices to the curb is illegal in many states, we’ve made a helpful infographic below about what to do once you’re ready to retire them…



By doing the right thing with the items above, you’ll have a positive impact on the world. We hope this information proves useful for you and if you have any more questions feel free to call us anytime at 585-637-8365.

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