E-Cycle Washington collects 13 million pounds of electronics in 2022

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In December 2022, Washington's electronics EPR program, E-Cycle Washington, collected 963,838 pounds of TVs, computers, and monitors for recycling, raising the total to 13.31 million pounds (6656 tons) for 2022, or more than 453 million pounds since program start in 2009. Electronics manufacturers include the cost of recycling their products in the cost of doing business. Washington residents can recycle TVs, computers, monitors, tablets, e-readers, and portable DVD players at no cost – find a location near you. Computer peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and printers are not included in the E-Cycle Washington EPR program.