What is e-waste? (Electronics)
Electronic products and components are often called e-waste when discarded. E-waste includes computers, printers, monitors, televisions, audio equipment, cell phones and any other similar type of item with electronic circuit boards.

Electronics often contain small amounts of hazardous materials such as mercury and lead that are completely safe within the product but may pose environmental risks when disposed. Fortunately electronics are also easily recycled.

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1. What is household hazardous waste?
2. What products in my home are considered hazardous?
3. Is there a cost?
4. What items don’t you accept?
5. Is leftover paint considered hazardous?
6. What can I do with leftover latex paint?
7. I recently moved into a house and there is old paint and chemicals in the garage. What do I do with them?
8. What can I do with empty cans or containers?
9. Where can I take used motor oil?
10. Why are fluorescent bulbs hazardous?
11. Are all batteries hazardous?
12. I have old gasoline from my boat or generator. What should I do with it?
13. What is e-waste? (Electronics)
14. I have a business that has small amounts of hazardous waste. What do I do?